Publications
Coupled Neural Oscillators
  1. Hasty J, Collins JJ, Wiesenfeld K and Grigg P. Wavelets of excitability in sensory neurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 86: 2097-2101 (2001). [pdf file]

  2. Mar DJ, Chow CC, Gerstner W, Adams RW and Collins JJ. Noise shaping in populations of coupled model neurons. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 96: 10450-10455 (1999).
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  3. Golubitsky M, Stewart I, Buono P-L and Collins JJ. Symmetry in locomotor central pattern generators and animal gaits. Nature 401: 693-695 (1999). [pdf file]

  4. Golubitsky M, Stewart I, Buono P-L and Collins JJ. A modular network for legged locomotion. Physica D 115: 56-72 (1998). [pdf file]

  5. Richardson KA, Imhoff TT, Grigg P and Collins JJ. Encoding chaos in
    neural spike trains. Physical Review Letters 80: 2485-2488 (1998). [pdf file]

  6. Collins JJ and Chow CC. It's a small world. Nature 393: 409-410 (1998). [pdf file]

  7. Collins JJ and Richmond SA. Hard-wired central pattern generators
    for quadrupedal locomotion. Biological Cybernetics 71: 375-385
    (1994). [hardcopy reprint request]

  8. Collins JJ and Stewart I. A group-theoretic approach to rings of coupled biological oscillators. Biological Cybernetics 71: 95-103 (1994). [hardcopy reprint request]

  9. Collins JJ and Stewart I. Hexapodal gaits and coupled nonlinear oscillator models. Biological Cybernetics 68: 287-298 (1993). [hardcopy reprint request]

  10. Collins JJ and Stewart IN. Coupled nonlinear oscillators and the symmetries of animal gaits. Journal of Nonlinear Science 3: 349-392
    (1993). [hardcopy reprint request]

  11. Collins JJ and Stewart IN. Symmetry-breaking bifurcation: a possible
    mechanism for 2:1 frequency-locking in animal locomotion. Journal of Mathematical Biology 30: 827-838 (1992). [hardcopy reprint request]


Human Balance Control & Locomotion
  1. Hsiao-Wecksler ET, Katdare K, Matson J, Liu W, Lipsitz LA and Collins JJ. Predicting the dynamic postural control response from quiet-stance behavior in elderly adults. Journal of Biomechanics 36: 1327-1333 (2003). [pdf file]

  2. Laughton CA, Slavin M, Katdare K, Nolan L, Bean JF, Kerrigan DC, Phillips E, Lipsitz LA and Collins JJ. Aging, muscle activity and balance control: physiologic changes associated with balance impairment. Gait & Posture 18: 101-108 (2003). [pdf file]

  3. Scinicariello AP, Eaton K, Inglis JT and Collins JJ. Enhancing human balance control with galvanic vestibular stimulation. Biological Cybernetics 84: 475-480 (2001). [pdf file]

  4. Lauk M, Chow CC, Lipsitz LA, Mitchell SL and Collins JJ. Assessing muscle stiffness from quiet stance in Parkinson's disease. Muscle & Nerve 22: 635-639 (1999). [hardcopy reprint request]

  5. Pavlik AE, Inglis JT, Lauk M, Oddsson L and Collins JJ. The effects of stochastic galvanic vestibular stimulation on human postural sway. Experimental Brain Research 124: 273-280 (1999). [pdf file]

  6. Polcyn AF, Kerrigan DC, Lipsitz LA and Collins JJ. Age-related changes in the initiation of gait: degradation of central mechanisms for
    momentum generation. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 79: 1582-1589 (1998). [hardcopy reprint request]

  7. Lauk M, Chow CC, Pavlik AE and Collins JJ. Human balance out of
    equilibrium: nonequilibrium statistical mechanics in posture control.
    Physical Review Letters 80: 413-416 (1998). [pdf file]

  8. Mitchell SL, Collins JJ, De Luca CJ, Burrows A and Lipsitz LA. Open-loop and closed-loop postural control mechanisms in Parkinson's disease: increased mediolateral activity during quiet standing.
    Neuroscience Letters 197: 133-136 (1995). [pdf file]

  9. Collins JJ, De Luca CJ, Pavlik AE, Roy SH and Emley MS. The effects of spaceflight on open-loop and closed-loop postural control mechanisms: human neurovestibular studies on SLS-2. Experimental Brain Research 107: 145-150 (1995). [hardcopy reprint request]

  10. Collins JJ, De Luca CJ, Burrows A and Lipsitz LA. Age-related changes in open-loop and closed-loop postural control mechanisms. Experimental Brain Research 104: 480-492 (1995). [hardcopy reprint request]

  11. Chow CC and Collins JJ.  Pinned polymer model of posture control. Physical Review E 52: 907-912 (1995). [pdf file]

  12. Collins JJ and De Luca CJ. The effects of visual input on open-loop and closed-loop postural control mechanisms. Experimental Brain Research 103: 151-163 (1995). [hardcopy reprint request]

  13. Collins JJ and De Luca CJ. Upright, correlated random walks: a statistical-biomechanics approach to the human postural control system. CHAOS 5: 57-63 (1995). [pdf file]

  14. Collins JJ. The redundant nature of locomotor optimization laws. Journal of Biomechanics 28: 251-267 (1995). [pdf file]

  15. Collins JJ and De Luca CJ. Random walking during quiet standing. Physical Review Letters 73: 764-767 (1994). [pdf file]

  16. Collins JJ and De Luca CJ. Open-loop and closed-loop control of posture: a random-walk analysis of center-of-pressure trajectories. Experimental Brain Research 95: 308-318 (1993). [hardcopy reprint request]


Dynamical Control of Biological Systems
  1. Stamp AT, Osipov GV and Collins JJ. Suppressing arrhythmias in cardiac models using overdrive pacing and calcium channel blockers. CHAOS 12: 931-940 (2002). [pdf file]

  2. Dolnik M, Gardner TS, Epstein IR and Collins JJ. Frequency control of an oscillatory reaction by reversible binding of an autocatalyst. Physical Review Letters 82: 1582-1585 (1999). [pdf file]

  3. Osipov GV and Collins JJ. Using weak impulses to suppress traveling waves in excitable media. Physical Review E 60: 54-57 (1999).
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  4. Gardner TS, Dolnik M and Collins JJ. A theory for controlling cell cycle dynamics using a reversibly binding inhibitor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 14190-14195 (1998).
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  5. Osipov GV, Shulgin BV and Collins JJ. Controlled movement and suppression of spiral waves in excitable media. Physical Review E 58:
    6955-6958 (1998). [pdf file]

  6. Hall K, Christini DJ, Tremblay M, Collins JJ, Glass L and Billette J. Dynamic control of cardiac alternans. Physical Review Letters 78: 4518-4521 (1997). [pdf file]

  7. Christini DJ and Collins JJ. Real-time, adaptive, model-independent control of low-dimensional chaotic and nonchaotic dynamical systems.
    IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems 44: 1027-1030 (1997). [pdf file]

  8. Christini DJ, In V, Spano ML, Ditto WL and Collins JJ. Real-time
    experimental control of a system in its chaotic and nonchaotic regimes.
    Physical Review E 56: R3749-R3752 (1997). [pdf file]

  9. Christini DJ and Collins JJ. Control of chaos in excitable systems in physiology: a geometric analysis. CHAOS 7: 544-549 (1997). [pdf file]

  10. Christini DJ, Collins JJ and Linsay PS. Experimental control of high-dimensional chaos: the driven double pendulum. Physical Review E
    54: 4824-4827 (1996). [pdf file]

  11. Christini DJ and Collins JJ. Using chaos control and tracking to suppress a pathological nonchaotic rhythm in a cardiac model. Physical Review E 53: R49-R52 (1996). [pdf file]

  12. Christini DJ and Collins JJ. Using noise and chaos control to control nonchaotic systems. Physical Review E 52: 5806-5809 (1995).
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  13. Christini DJ and Collins JJ. Controlling nonchaotic neuronal noise using chaos control techniques. Physical Review Letters 75: 2782-2785 (1995). [pdf file]


Nonlinear Time Series Analysis
  1. Rosenstein MT, Collins JJ and De Luca CJ. Reconstruction expansion as a geometry-based framework for choosing proper delay times. Physica D 73: 82-98 (1994). [hardcopy reprint request]

  2. Rosenstein MT, Collins JJ and De Luca CJ. A practical method for calculating largest Lyapunov exponents from small data sets. Physica D 65: 117-134 (1993). [hardcopy reprint request]



















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