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In model networks of E-cells and I-cells (excitatory and inhibitory neurons), synchronous rhythmic spiking often comes about from the interplay between the two cell groups: the E-cells synchronize the I-cells and vice versa. Under ideal conditions -homogeneity in relevant network parameters, and all-to-all connectivity for instance -this mechanism can yield perfect synchronization. What happens under less ideal conditions? We find that approximate, imperfect synchronization is possible evendoi:10.1162/089976603321192059 pmid:12620157 fatcat:nxfcfjk4gvhylot32kw7gceomy