The nonequilibrium escape dynamics in a bistable system under the influence of two Gaussian noises, one obtained by recycling, the other with a constant delay time, is shown by numerical simulation to exhibit stochastic synchronization; i.e., under stationary conditions, an appreciable fraction of renewal trajectories gets locked to the noise-recycling delay time. The conditions for optimal synchronization, reminiscent of stochastic resonance, are interpreted at any order within the framework of Kramers' theory.

Stochastic synchronization via noise recycling

MARCHESONI, Fabio
2007

Abstract

The nonequilibrium escape dynamics in a bistable system under the influence of two Gaussian noises, one obtained by recycling, the other with a constant delay time, is shown by numerical simulation to exhibit stochastic synchronization; i.e., under stationary conditions, an appreciable fraction of renewal trajectories gets locked to the noise-recycling delay time. The conditions for optimal synchronization, reminiscent of stochastic resonance, are interpreted at any order within the framework of Kramers' theory.
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