Period variability can provide valuable information in oscillatory systems
- June 24 at 10:00 - 11:00, 2021 (JST)
- Prof. Fumito Mori (Assistant Professor, Department of Human Science, Faculty of Design, Kyushu University)
- via Zoom
Biological clocks generate temporally precise oscillations although they are subjected to various types of noise. In other words, oscillations with only a small variability in the period are observed under action of noise. In this talk, I focus on period variability in coupled phase oscillators and complex oscillatory dynamical systems, and present the following topics:(i) A phase oscillator subjected to noise can become to generate more precise oscillations not only when it is synchronized with periodic signal but also when it is mutually synchronized with another phase oscillator with stronger noise. (ii) In complex oscillatory dynamical systems, period variability is sensitive to the choice of an output variable and output checkpoint; it can be reduced by an appropriate selection of them. (iii) Noise intensity and coupling strength in synchronized phase oscillators can be inferred from data about period variability. This talk is based on joint researches with Dr. Hiroshi Kori (Tokyo Univ) and Dr. Alexander Mikhailov (Kanazawa Univ).
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- Fumito Mori and Hiroshi Kori, PHYSICAL REVIEW E 87, 030901(R) (2013)
- Fumito Mori and Alexander Mikhailov, PHYSICAL REVIEW E 93, 062206 (2016)