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Symmetries and itineracy in nonlinear systems with many degrees of freedom

  • Michael Breakspear (a1) and Karl Friston (a2)

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Tsuda examines the potential contribution of nonlinear dynamical systems, with many degrees of freedom, to understanding brain function. We offer suggestions concerning symmetry and transients to strengthen the physiological motivation and theoretical consistency of this novel research direction: Symmetry plays a fundamental role, theoretically and in relation to real brains. We also highlight a distinction between chaotic “transience” and “itineracy.”

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Symmetries and itineracy in nonlinear systems with many degrees of freedom

  • Michael Breakspear (a1) and Karl Friston (a2)

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