The condition of two oscillators which are half a cycle out of phase with each other.
J. COLLINS and I. STEWART write: "The antisynchronous motion has its own symmetry: the oscillation pattern is unchanged if the two oscillators are interchanged and their respective phase shifted by half a cycle"
Furthermore: "Coupled networks of three or more oscillators have more complicated oscillation patterns that just synchrony and antisynchrony and some of these patterns are highly counter-intuitive" (1994, p.39)
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