Synchronization of oscillators in complex networks
Theory of identical or complete synchronization of identical oscillators in arbitrary networks is introduced. In addition, several graph theory concepts and results that augment the synchronization theory and a tie in closely to random, semirandom, and regular networks are introduced. Combined theories are used to explore and compare three types of semirandom networks for their efficacy in synchronizing oscillators. It is shown that the simplest 𝑘-cycle augmented by a few random edges or links are the most efficient network that will guarantee good synchronization.
Volume 94, 2020
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