Superlinearly scalable noise robustness of redundant coupled dynamical systems.

@article{Kohar2016SuperlinearlySN,
  title={Superlinearly scalable noise robustness of redundant coupled dynamical systems.},
  author={Vivek Kohar and Behnam Kia and John F. Lindner and William L. Ditto},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2016},
  volume={93 3},
  pages={
          032213
        }
}
We illustrate through theory and numerical simulations that redundant coupled dynamical systems can be extremely robust against local noise in comparison to uncoupled dynamical systems evolving in the same noisy environment. Previous studies have shown that the noise robustness of redundant coupled dynamical systems is linearly scalable and deviations due to noise can be minimized by increasing the number of coupled units. Here, we demonstrate that the noise robustness can actually be scaled… 

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