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Noise induces explosive synchronization

We study explosive synchronization of network-coupled oscillators. Despite recent advances it remains unclear how robust explosive synchronization is in view of realistic structural and dynamical properties. Here we show that explosive synchronization can be induced simply by adding uncorrelated noise to the oscillators' frequencies, demonstrating it is not only robust to, but moreover promoted by, this natural mechanism. We support these results numerically and analytically, presenting simulations of a real neural network as well as a self consistency theory used to study synthetic networks.

 

Noise induces explosive synchronization
Per Sebastian Skardal, Alex Arenas

http://arxiv.org/abs/1404.0883


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32 Inexplicable Photos From Russia

32 Inexplicable Photos From Russia | iBinary | Scoop.it
32 Inexplicable Photos From Russia: I have no idea what is going on in any of these photos. The only thing I know is that these ar...

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Tinkerlog » Raspberry Pi with RGB-Pixels and node.js

Tinkerlog » Raspberry Pi with RGB-Pixels and node.js | iBinary | Scoop.it

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So... now this weekend is busy...

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NodeJS-News.com's curator insight, December 21, 2012 4:15 AM

For quite some time I had my Raspi lying around. And some RGB Pixels as well. So it was about time to bring them together. The last couple of days I built a web interface that I can use to control my pixels. That’s more a technical demo, rather than something useful. But I learned quite a bit.

For the server part I decided to use node.js. For the client I wanted to use Angular.js and Bootstrap. To have the UI work on a mobile as well, I had to include Angular-touchevents.

The pixels are connected to the Raspi vi SPI. Although there are node modules for SPI and Adafruit pixels, they were not working out of the box. I had to poke around a bit to make them work. Changes are included in thenode-pixel repository.

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First Impression of the LEICA M MONOCHROM (Pre-production Model) PART 2

First Impression of the LEICA M MONOCHROM (Pre-production Model) PART 2 | iBinary | Scoop.it

A couple weeks ago, I wrote about my first impression of Leica’s M Monochrom camera. I promised to show a variety of images to give you a broader idea of how the camera captures black and white images. Well, here they are.


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