Hopf-like bifurcation and mixed mode oscillation in a fractional-order fitzHugh-nagumo model
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CitationAbdelouahab, M. S. ve Lozi, R. (2019). Hopf-like bifurcation and mixed mode oscillation in a fractional-order fitzHugh-nagumo model. International Conference of Mathematical Sciences (ICMS 2019). s. 183.
In this work we investigate the emergence of mixed-mode oscillations and canard explosion, in a planar fractional-order FitzHugh-Nagumo model(FFHN). An algorithm, called Global-Local Canard Explosion Search Algorithm (GLCESA) is developed and used to investigate the existence of canard oscillations in the neighbourhoods of Hopf-like bifurcation points. the appearance of various patterns of solutions is revealed, with an increasing number of small-amplitude oscillations when two key parameters of the FFHN model are varied. The numbers of such oscillations versus the two parameters, respectively, are perfectly fitted using exponential functions. Finally, it is conjectured that chaos could occur in a 2-dimensional fractional-order autonomous dynamical system, with a fractional order close to one. After all, the article demonstrates that the FFHN Model is a very simple 2-dimensional model with an incredible ability to present the complex dynamics of neurons.
SourceInternational Conference of Mathematical Sciences (ICMS 2019)
- Makale Koleksiyonu 
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