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METHODS OF THE QUALITATIVE THEORY FOR THE HINDMARSH–ROSE MODEL: A CASE STUDY – A TUTORIAL

    https://doi.org/10.1142/S0218127408021634Cited by:135 (Source: Crossref)

    Homoclinic bifurcations of both equilibria and periodic orbits are argued to be critical for understanding the dynamics of the Hindmarsh–Rose model in particular, as well as of some square-wave bursting models of neurons of the Hodgkin–Huxley type. They explain very well various transitions between the tonic spiking and bursting oscillations in the model. We present the approach that allows for constructing Poincaré return mapping via the averaging technique. We show that a modified model can exhibit the blue sky bifurcation, as well as, a bistability of the coexisting tonic spiking and bursting activities. A new technique for localizing a slow motion manifold and periodic orbits on it is also presented.

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