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Synchronization and clustering in complex quadratic networks

@inproceedings{Rdulescu2022SynchronizationAC,
  title={Synchronization and clustering in complex quadratic networks},
  author={Anca R. Rădulescu and D. Reid Evans and Amani-Daisa Augustin and Anthony Cooper and Johan Nakuci and Sarah Feldt Muldoon},
  year={2022}
}
In continuation of prior work, we investigate ties between a network’s connectivity and ensemble dynamics. This relationship is notoriously difficult to approach mathematically in natural, complex networks. In our work, we aim to understand it in a canonical framework, using complex quadratic node dynamics, coupled in networks which we call complex quadratic networks (CQNs). After previously defining extensions of the Mandelbrot and Julia sets for networks, we currently focus on the behavior of… 

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