# Synchronization in an evolving network

@article{Singh2015SynchronizationIA, title={Synchronization in an evolving network}, author={R. K. Brojen Singh and Trilochan Bagarti}, journal={Europhysics Letters}, year={2015}, volume={111} }

In this work we study the dynamics of Kuramoto oscillators on a stochastically evolving network whose evolution is governed by the phases of the individual oscillators and degree distribution. Synchronization is achieved after a threshold connection density is reached. This cumulative effect of topology and dynamics has many real-world implications, where synchronization in a system emerges as a collective property of its components in a self-organizing manner. The synchronous state remains…

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