1. Numerical simulations of experimentally measured neural networks, probing multi-stability via MC sampling of initial conditions

2. Determine solution space / attractors for phase oscillator models and/or reduced mean-field dynamical equations

3. Comparison to more complex/realistic neural models

4. Which ones of the attractors are forced by the structure and symmetry properties of the system?

5. ...

Possible methods: Numerical simulation, network/graph theory, bifurcation theory, dimensional reduction, (concepts of group & representation theory*).

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