oh its all cutting edge to me! the non linear etc thing is from https://labs.ni.gsu.edu/ashilnikov/ who i just discovered today and yes i think your article and his work are both linked. they both include and take a step beyond the amazingly powerful kuramoto model for synchronization (the metronomes on a platform on soda cans) which is used to describes the interaction of neurons and grey matter in synchronization – and goes further into more complex polyrhythmic patterns that can take a few turns in the complex plane (my words – i’m guess that’s where it goes) before being noticeably synchronized again.

oh its all cutting edge to me! the non linear etc thing is from https://labs.ni.gsu.edu/ashilnikov/
who i just discovered today and yes i think your article and his work are both linked.

they both include and take a step beyond the amazingly powerful kuramoto model for synchronization (the metronomes on a platform on soda cans) which is used to describes the interaction of neurons and grey matter in synchronization – and goes further into more complex polyrhythmic patterns that can take a few turns in the complex plane (my words – i’m guess that’s where it goes) before being noticeably synchronized again.

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