# Tune the topology to create or destroy patterns

@article{Asllani2016TuneTT, title={Tune the topology to create or destroy patterns}, author={Malbor Asllani and Timot{\'e}o Carletti and Duccio Fanelli}, journal={The European Physical Journal B}, year={2016}, volume={89}, pages={1-10} }

Abstract
We consider the dynamics of a reaction-diffusion system on a multigraph. The species
share the same set of nodes but can access different links to explore the embedding
spatial support. By acting on the topology of the networks we can control the ability of
the system to self-organise in macroscopic patterns, emerging as a symmetry breaking
instability of an homogeneous fixed point. Two different cases study are considered: on
the one side, we produce a global modification of the…

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