We study the regime of anticipated synchronization in unidirectionally coupled model neurons subject to a common external aperiodic forcing that makes their behavior unpredictable. We show numerically and by analog hardware electronic circuits that, under appropriate coupling conditions, the pulses fired by the slave neuron anticipate (i.e., predict) the pulses fired by the master neuron. This anticipated synchronization occurs even when the common external forcing is white noise.
Ciszak, M. [et al.]. Anticipating the response of excitable systems driven by random forcing. "Physical review letters", 23 Maig 2003, vol. 90, núm. 20, p. 204102-1-204102-4.