Incremental stability of spatiotemporal delayed dynamics and application to neural fields

Abstract : We propose a Lyapounov-Krasovskii approach to study incremental stability in spatiotemporal dynamics with delays and their capability to be entrained by a periodic input. We then focus on delayed neural fields, which describe the spatiotemporal evolution of neuronal activity. We provide an explicit condition, involving the slope of the activation functions and the strength of coupling, under which delayed neural fields are incrementally stable regardless of communication delays. We finally show how this approach can be used to draw frequency profiles of neuronal populations.
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Georgios Detorakis, Antoine Chaillet. Incremental stability of spatiotemporal delayed dynamics and application to neural fields. 2017. ⟨hal-01587961⟩

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