Synchronization engineering: theoretical framework and application to dynamical clustering.

  title={Synchronization engineering: theoretical framework and application to dynamical clustering.},
  author={Hiroshi Kori and Craig G. Rusin and Istv{\'a}n Z Kiss and J. L. Hudson},
  volume={18 2},
A method for engineering the global behavior of populations of rhythmic elements is presented. The framework, which is based on phase models, allows a nonlinear time-delayed global feedback signal to be constructed which produces an interaction function corresponding to the desired behavior of the system. It is shown theoretically and confirmed in numerical simulations that a polynomial, delayed feedback is a versatile tool to tune synchronization patterns. Dynamical states consisting of one to… CONTINUE READING
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