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Postnov D. E., Shishkin A. V., Sherbakov P. A. Nonlinear effects in ensembles of oscillators with resource distribution coupling. Part 1: Dynamical regimes of blood flow autoregulation in vascular nephron tree. Izvestiya VUZ. Applied Nonlinear Dynamics, 2007, vol. 15, iss. 5, pp. 3-22. DOI: 10.18500/0869-6632-2007-15-5-3-22

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Nonlinear effects in ensembles of oscillators with resource distribution coupling. Part 1: Dynamical regimes of blood flow autoregulation in vascular nephron tree

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Postnov Dmitrij Engelevich, Saratov State University
Shishkin Aleksandr Vladislavovich, Saratov State University
Sherbakov Pavel Aleksandrovich, Saratov State University
Abstract: 

We study the typical oscillatory regimes and nonlinear affects related to the specific but widely distributed in nature type of coupling. Namely the interaction in an ensemble of oscillators occurs due to the consumption and distribution of some energy-related resource. Such systems manifest the number of specific features. In the first part of our work we show that the detailed model of kidney blood flow autoregulation delivers such resource sharing system that belongs to such class and investigate its typical regimes.

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12.05.2006
Accepted: 
15.05.2007
Published: 
30.11.2007
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