Adaptive synchronization for the heterogeneous network of Hindmarsh-Rose neurons

Danila M. Semenov, Alexander L. Fradkov

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Abstract

This work is primarily aimed at studying the reasons for the formation of the synchronous regimes of functioning of neural populations in the central nervous system of human or animal. It is well known that the synchronization of large number of the neurons in the central nervous system plays a key role in the formation of the brain waves. It was also shown that the variety of diseases in the central nervous system are directly related to abnormal synchronization of some neural populations. Nowadays, methods based on the use of electrical impulses to suppress pathological synchronization in certain areas of the brain are being actively applied in the therapy of these diseases. However, such methods are still at an early stage of development and require a qualitative mathematical description, which determines the relevance of the study.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Control Conference 2020, ECC 2020
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages306-308
Number of pages3
ISBN (Electronic)9783907144015
StatePublished - May 2020
Event19th European Control Conference, ECC 2020 - Russia, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Duration: 12 May 202015 May 2020
https://ecc20.eu/

Publication series

NameEuropean Control Conference 2020, ECC 2020

Conference

Conference19th European Control Conference, ECC 2020
Abbreviated titleECC
CountryRussian Federation
CitySaint Petersburg
Period12/05/2015/05/20
Internet address

Scopus subject areas

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Decision Sciences (miscellaneous)

Keywords

  • adaptive control
  • control of networks
  • neural dynamics
  • neuroscience
  • speed gradient method
  • synchronization

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