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Stochastic resonance in monostable systems.

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Journal publication date7/04/1993
JournalJournal of Physics -London- a Mathematical and General
Journal number7
Volume26
PagesL385-L390
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

The first observations of noise-induced enhancements and phase shifts of a weak periodic signal - characteristic signatures of stochastic resonance (SR) - are reported for a monostabable system. The results arc shown to be in good agreement with a theoretical description based on linear-response theory and the fluctuation dissipation theorem. It is argued that SR is a general phenomenon that can in principle occur for any underdamped nonlinear oscillator.