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Engineering mesoscale structures with distinct dynamical implications in networks of delay-coupled delay oscillators

@article{Do2012EngineeringMS,
  title={Engineering mesoscale structures with distinct dynamical implications in networks of delay-coupled delay oscillators},
  author={Anne-Ly Do and Johannes M. Hofener and Thilo Gross},
  journal={arXiv: Chaotic Dynamics},
  year={2012}
}
The dynamics of networks of interacting systems depends intricately on the interaction topology. When the dynamics is explored, generally the whole topology has to be considered. However, we show that there are certain mesoscale subgraphs that have precise and distinct consequences for the system-level dynamics. In particular, if meso-scale symmetries are present then eigenvectors of the Jacobian localise on the symmetric subgraph and the corresponding eigenvalues become insensitive to the… 
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