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COHERENCE RESONANCE OF THE NOISE-INDUCED MOTION ON THE WAY TO BREAKDOWN OF SYNCHRONIZATION IN CHAOTIC SYSTEMS

    https://doi.org/10.1142/S0219477503001178Cited by:6 (Source: Crossref)

    We investigate the way in which noise destroys phase synchronization in chaotic systems. Two cases are considered: where the route to synchronization involves frequency locking; and where it occurs via a suppression of the natural dynamics. We show that, just as in the case of synchronization of periodic oscillations, noise induces a new motion whose coherence depends non-monotonically (resonantly) on the noise intensity.

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