3 years ago

Optimization of linear and nonlinear interaction schemes for stable synchronization of weakly coupled limit-cycle oscillators.

Nobuhiro Watanabe, Yuzuru Kato, Sho Shirasaka, Hiroya Nakao

Optimization of mutual synchronization between a pair of limit-cycle oscillators with weak symmetric coupling is considered in the framework of the phase reduction theory. By generalizing a previous study on the optimization of cross-diffusion coupling matrices between the oscillators, we consider optimization of mutual coupling signals to maximize the linear stability of the synchronized state, which are functionals of the past time sequences of the oscillator states. For the case of linear coupling, optimization of the delay time and linear filitering of coupling signals are considered. For the case of nonlinear coupling, general drive-response coupling is considered, and the optimal response and driving functions are derived. The theoretical results are exemplified by numerical simulations.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1901.02721

DOI: arXiv:1901.02721v1

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