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EFFECT OF COUPLED PHASE ON CHIMERA STATES IN COUPLED NEURON NETWORKS
The chimera state in the coupled neuron oscillator system is the self-organized dynamic behaviour of synchronous and non-synchronous coexistence in space, which attracts much attention because of its close correlation with hemibrain sleep. Based on the influence of the phase angle in the rotating coupling matrix, based on the coupled neuron
oscillator model. It is shown that changing the phase of the rotating coupling matrix can control the attractive and repulsive interactions between neuronal fast and slow variables, thus in single cluster chimera, multi-cluster chimera, traveling wave, steady amplitude chimera, chimera death, and synchronous states. These results suggest that the rotation-coupled phase plays a key role in regulating the dynamic behaviour of neural networks, useful for the understanding and prediction of neural networks.