Oscillating reactions are a funny aspect of chemistry. I have tried to find various simplified kinetic models of oscillating reactions such as the Belouzov-Zhabotinsky, the Briggs–Rauscher or the Bray–Liebhafsky reactions in order to be able to study them. However, the models I have found so far are either too complicated (8 or more species considered), or loose chemical significance. For an example of the second case, Ball's 1994 model corresponds to:
While this is useful and introduces a nice circularity in the model, creating the possible feedback, it has lost all chemical sense — by which I mean that no correspondance can be established between the species of this model and a real oscillating system.
So, my question is: what's the simplest known chemically-meaningful model of an oscillating reaction?
 Ball, P. 1994 Designing the molecular world: Chemistry at the frontier. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.