Multistable switching series in chaotic nets
Examples of conscious and interpretable responses that have two or more forms alternating to the same stimuli have been known for centuries, and methods of describing how such situations arise have evolved in biological science. When switches between transient, perceptual or cognitive responses can occur and are mixed serially within time series exhibiting local terminal stability, then patterns arise where psychological data series are too brief to analyse empirically, and neurophysiological...[Show more]
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