The Kuramoto model with varying coupling strength to demonstrate the ictal (synchronized) and interictal (unsynchronized) behavior of the model.

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<p><b>A</b>: For below a critical value (red, dotted line) the signal is irregular and the order parameter representing the degree of synchronicity is low. If is above the critical value, is sinusoidal with large amplitude, and the order parameter is large. <b>B</b>: At the onset of synchronization, the oscillators start forming a cluster resulting in an increase of the order parameter. Bars around the circles indicate the phase density of oscillators. The internal frequencies are drawn from a normal distribution with mean and standard deviation . Here we use oscillators.</p

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