Dynamic neural activity as chaotic itinerancy or heteroclinic cycles?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (5):827-828 (2001)
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I question whether chaotic itinerancy is anything new or different to existing research on heteroclinic cycles (cycling-chaos), and blow-out bifurcations (attractor-bubbling) that provide more detailed and better definition for nonlinear phenomena occurring in neural systems. I give a brief description of this research for comparison and expansion, and see it as an important component in dynamical models of neural activity.



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