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Название: Can Colored Noise Improve Stochastic Resonance?
Авторы: Hanggi P., Jung P., Zerhe C.
Journal of Statistical Physics, Vol. 70, Nos. I/2, 1993, p. 25-47.
The phenomenon of stochastic resonance is studied in the presence of colored noise. Several sources of colored noise are introduced and the consequences for the asymptotic time-periodic probability and the (phase-averaged) power spectrum are discussed. Based on space-time symmetry considerations, selection rules for the occurrence of delta-spikes in the power spectrum are derived. The effect of colored noise on the amplification of small periodic signals is studied in terms of effective, time-periodic Fokker-Planck equations: In overdamped systems driven by colored noise, we find that SR is suppressed with increasing noise color. In contrast, for colored noise induced by inertia (as well as for asymmetric dichotomic noise), one obtains an enhancement of SR. This latter result is obtained by studying the Kramers equation perturbed by a small periodic force.