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Synchronization in climate dynamics and other extended systems

Abstract:

Synchronization is now well established as representing coherent behaviour between two or more otherwise autonomous nonlinear systems subject to some degree of coupling. Such behaviour has mainly been studied to date, however, in relatively low-dimensional discrete systems or networks. But the possibility of similar kinds of behaviour in continuous or extended spatiotemporal systems has many potential practical implications, especially in various areas of geophysics. We review here a range of...

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10.1007/978-3-642-04629-2-8

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Castrejón-Pita, AA More by this author
Journal:
Understanding Complex Systems
Volume:
2010
Pages:
153-176
Publication date:
2010
DOI:
EISSN:
1860-0840
ISSN:
1860-0832
URN:
uuid:0d54338f-c221-45b8-a53f-0b3a0e9074fa
Source identifiers:
161558
Local pid:
pubs:161558
Language:
English

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