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Observation of symmetry breaking, state selection and sensitivity in a noisy electronic system.

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Journal publication date09/1986
JournalPhysica D: Nonlinear Phenomena
Journal number2-3
Volume21
Number of pages11
Pages296-306
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Measurements of the time evolution of the statistical density as a control parameter is swept through a bifurcation point in the presence of additive noise are presented. We have used these densities to study branch selectivity, which results from a small, additive interaction. A universal time scale for all such processes is established. The results are in good agreement with a recent theory.