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Regular bursting emerging from coupled chaotic neurons
In this note, we study the change of collective behavior of two
synaptically coupled bursting systems as the strength of coupling increases.
The two cells present chaotic bursting behavior when not coupled. But as
the strength increases past a certain value, the behavior of two cells becomes
synchronized regular bursting motions. It shows that regular oscillations can
emerge from connecting intrinsically chaotic oscillators with synapses. The
method of analysis is similar to that of Fast Threshold Modulation theory.