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The structure and dynamics of multilayer networks
We offer here a comprehensive review on both structural and dynamical organization of graphs made of diverse relationships (layers) between its constituents, and cover several relevant issues. Expand
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The synchronization of chaotic systems
Abstract Synchronization of chaos refers to a process wherein two (or many) chaotic systems (either equivalent or nonequivalent) adjust a given property of their motion to a common behavior due to aExpand
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Emergence of network features from multiplexity
We analyze the structural properties of an intrinsically multilayered real network, the European Air Transportation Multiplex Network in which each commercial airline defines a network layer. Expand
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The control of chaos: theory and applications
Abstract Control of chaos refers to a process wherein a tiny perturbation is applied to a chaotic system, in order to realize a desirable (chaotic, periodic, or stationary) behavior. We review theExpand
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Reorganization of Functional Networks in Mild Cognitive Impairment
Whether the balance between integration and segregation of information in the brain is damaged in Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) subjects is still a matter of debate. Here we characterize theExpand
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Statistical Physics of Human Cooperation
We review experimental and theoretical research that advances our understanding of human cooperation, focusing on spatial pattern formation, on the spatiotemporal dynamics of observed solutions, and on self-organization that may either promote or hinder socially favorable states. Expand
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Synchronization is enhanced in weighted complex networks.
The propensity for synchronization of complex networks with directed and weighted links is considered. We show that a weighting procedure based upon the global structure of network pathways enhancesExpand
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Modeling the multi-layer nature of the European Air Transport Network: Resilience and passengers re-scheduling under random failures
We study the dynamics of the European Air Transport Network by using a multiplex network formalism and analyze the resilience of the system against random flight failures in the passenger’s rescheduling problem. Expand
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Principles of recovery from traumatic brain injury: Reorganization of functional networks
Recovery after brain injury is an excellent platform to study the mechanism underlying brain plasticity, the reorganization of networks. Expand
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Detecting complex network modularity by dynamical clustering.
Based on cluster desynchronization properties of phase oscillators, we introduce an efficient method for the detection and identification of modules in complex networks. The performance of theExpand
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