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Fig. 4

From: Effects of Synaptic Plasticity on Phase and Period Locking in a Network of Two Oscillatory Neurons

Fig. 4

Phase locking for static synapses. a The left and right hand sides of the fixed point equation (3.11) for two identical neurons. The left hand side (black) is the response of neuron A and the right hand side is the response of neuron B at steady state. The intersection gives the fixed point. Note that the black curve is the PRC of both neurons. b The relation f 1 between the intrinsic phase ϕ (3.2a) and the activity phase ϕ ˜ (3.1a). c The same graph as panel a plotted as functions of the activity phase ϕ ˜ using the transformation from ϕ to ϕ ˜ shown in panel b. d Convergence of the iterates starting with the initial condition ϕ ˜ 0 =0.2 is shown in a cobweb diagram. The iterates (in green) converge to the fixed point at the intersection of the graph of ϕ ˜ n + 1 =Π( ϕ ˜ n ) with the line ϕ ˜ n = ϕ ˜ n + 1

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