# Sparsity-driven synchronization in oscillator networks.

@article{Mihara2022SparsitydrivenSI, title={Sparsity-driven synchronization in oscillator networks.}, author={Antonio Mihara and Everton S Medeiros and A. S. Zakharova and Rene Orlando Medrano-T}, journal={Chaos}, year={2022}, volume={32 3}, pages={ 033114 } }

The emergence of synchronized behavior is a direct consequence of networking dynamical systems. Naturally, strict instances of this phenomenon, such as the states of complete synchronization, are favored or even ensured in networks with a high density of connections. Conversely, in sparse networks, the system state-space is often shared by a variety of coexistent solutions. Consequently, the convergence to complete synchronized states is far from being certain. In this scenario, we report the…

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