A study of anticipatory non-autonomous systems
Hayashi, Y., Spencer, M. and Nasuto, S. (2014) A study of anticipatory non-autonomous systems. In: Awareness Science and Technology and Ubi-Media Computing (iCAST-UMEDIA), 2013 International Joint Conference on. IEEE, pp. 316-318.
To link to this item DOI: 10.1109/ICAwST.2013.6765456
Rhythms are manifested ubiquitously in dynamical biological processes. These fundamental processes which are necessary for the survival of living organisms include metabolism, breathing, heart beat, and, above all, the circadian rhythm coupled to the diurnal cycle. Thus, in mathematical biology, biological processes are often represented as linear or nonlinear oscillators. In the framework of nonlinear and dissipative systems (ie. the flow of energy, substances, or sensory information), they generate stable internal oscillations as a response to environmental input and, in turn, utilise such output as a means of coupling with the environment.
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