The analysis of added-noise techniques, as presented in the previous chapters, has clearly demonstrated the complexity of the topics being dealt with. More specifically, the different modes of behaviour of linear and bistable systems, or again the complexity of techniques to determine optimal noise amplitudes, suggest the use of simulation environments that make it possible to perform a qualitative analysis of the behaviour of a stochastic system in a way that is not excessively complex.
KeywordsStochastic Resonance Force Signal Noise Amplitude Bistable System Minimum Pair
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