# The hidden role of coupled wave network topology on the dynamics of nonlinear lattices

@article{Sklan2018TheHR, title={The hidden role of coupled wave network topology on the dynamics of nonlinear lattices}, author={Sophia R. Sklan and Baowen Li}, journal={arXiv: Classical Physics}, year={2018} }

In most systems, its division into interacting constituent elements gives rise to a natural network structure. Analyzing the dynamics of these elements and the topology of these natural graphs gave rise to the fields of (nonlinear) dynamics and network science, respectively. However, just as an object in a potential well can be described as both a particle (real space representation) and a wave (reciprocal or Fourier space representation), the `natural' network structure of these interacting…

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