Amplitude death

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In the theory of dynamical systems, amplitude death is complete cessation of oscillations. The system can be in a state of either periodic motion or chaotic motion before it goes to amplitude death.[1] A dynamical system can go to amplitude death because of change in intrinsic parameters of the system or its interaction with other systems or its environment.[2][3] Amplitude death can appear also because of the delay in the coupling between the systems[4][5]

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  1. ^ Renato E. Mirollo, Steven H. Strogatz: "Amplitude death in an array of limit-cycle oscillators" [1]
  2. ^ V. Resmi, G. Ambika, R. E. Amritkar: "General mechanism for amplitude death in coupled systems" [2]
  3. ^ V. Resmi,G. Ambika,R.E. Amritkar,G. Rangarajan: "Amplitude death in complex networks induced by environment"[3]
  4. ^ Ramana Reddy,Sen A., Johnston, G. L.: "Time delay induced death in coupled limit cycle oscillators"[4]
  5. ^ "Experimental evidence of time-delay-induced death in coupled limit-cycle oscillators": [5]