The Availability of Logical Operation Induced by Dichotomous Noise for a Nonlinear Bistable System

@article{Xu2013TheAO,
  title={The Availability of Logical Operation Induced by Dichotomous Noise for a Nonlinear Bistable System},
  author={Yong Xu and Xiaoqin Jin and Huiqing Zhang and Tingting Yang},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={152},
  pages={753-768}
}
Instead of a continuous system driven by Gaussian white noise, logical stochastic resonance will be investigated in a nonlinear bistable system with two thresholds driven by dichotomous noise, which shows a phenomenon different from Gaussian white noise. We can realize two parallel logical operations by simply adjusting the values of these two thresholds. Besides, to quantify the reliability of obtaining the correct logic output, we numerically calculate the success probability, and effects of… 

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