The Kuramoto model in complex networks

@article{Rodrigues2015TheKM,
  title={The Kuramoto model in complex networks},
  author={Francisco Aparecido Rodrigues and Thomas K. D. M. Peron and Peng Ji and J{\"u}rgen Kurths},
  journal={arXiv: Adaptation and Self-Organizing Systems},
  year={2015}
}
Synchronization of an ensemble of oscillators is an emergent phenomenon present in several complex systems, ranging from social and physical to biological and technological systems. The most successful approach to describe how coherent behavior emerges in these complex systems is given by the paradigmatic Kuramoto model. This model has been traditionally studied in complete graphs. However, besides being intrinsically dynamical, complex systems present very heterogeneous structure, which can be… Expand
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