Synchronization and Small-world Phenomenon in Scale-free Networks
- Adilson E
- Motter, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany
- Sept. 29, 2003, 3 p.m.
- Sala de Seminarios, 3er piso, Ed. Mateu Orfila
Networks arise as natural models of interconnected dynamical elements in a
variety of systems, with examples ranging from cell biology to
epidemiology to the Internet. A rapid development over the recent years
has shown that many of these complex networks share common structural
characteristics, such as the small-world and scale-free properties, and
that the dynamics of the network is strongly influenced by them. In this
talk I will discuss generic structural properties of scale-free networks
and explore the interplay between structure and dynamics in the context of
synchronization of chaotic oscillators.
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