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Divergent signal-to-noise ratio and stochastic resonance in monostable systems
Vilar, J. M. G. (José M. G.), 1972-; Rubí Capaceti, José Miguel
Universitat de Barcelona
We present a class of systems for which the signal-to-noise ratio always increases when increasing the noise and diverges at infinite noise level. This new phenomenon is a direct consequence of the existence of a scaling law for the signal-to-noise ratio and implies the appearance of stochastic resonance in some monostable systems. We outline applications of our results to a wide variety of systems pertaining to different scientific areas. Two particular examples are discussed in detail.
2010-06-26
Termodinàmica
Mecànica estadística
Thermodynamics
Statistical mechanics
(c) American Physical Society, 1996
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