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Korotkov A. G., Osipov G. V. Sequential activity in neuronal ensembles with excitatory couplings. Izvestiya VUZ. Applied Nonlinear Dynamics, 2013, vol. 21, iss. 5, pp. 92-107. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18500/0869-6632-2013-21-5-92-107

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Sequential activity in neuronal ensembles with excitatory couplings

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Korotkov Aleksandr Gennadevich, Federal state budgetary educational institution of higher professional education "Nizhny Novgorod state University named N. And.Lobachevsky"
Osipov Grigorij Vladimirovich, Federal state budgetary educational institution of higher professional education "Nizhny Novgorod state University named N. And.Lobachevsky"
Abstract: 

A new model of neurons like elements is suggested in the paper. The model is based on the generalized Lottka–Volterra model with excitatory coupling. The study is motivated by the fact that the excitatory couplings are the dominating type of interactions between neurons in the human brain. It is shown in the paper that there are two regimes exist in such ensemble of oscillators in dependence on the coupling between the elements: the regime with stable heteroclinical cycle and the regime with stable limit cycle.

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10.18500/0869-6632-2013-21-5-92-107
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