Chaotic, informational and synchronous behaviour of multiplex networks

@article{Baptista2016ChaoticIA,
  title={Chaotic, informational and synchronous behaviour of multiplex networks},
  author={M. Baptista and R. M. Szmoski and R. Pereira and S. Pinto},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={6}
}
The understanding of the relationship between topology and behaviour in interconnected networks would allow to charac- terise and predict behaviour in many real complex networks since both are usually not simultaneously known. Most previous studies have focused on the relationship between topology and synchronisation. In this work, we provide analytical formulas that shows how topology drives complex behaviour: chaos, information, and weak or strong synchronisation; in multiplex net- works with… Expand
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