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Functionability in complex networks: Leading nodes for the transition from structural to functional networks through remote asynchronization
Complex networks are essentially heterogeneous not only in the basic properties of the constituent nodes, such as their degree, but also in the effects that these have on the global dynamical properties of the network. Networks of coupled identical phase oscillators are good examples for analyzing these effects, since an overall synchronized state can be considered a reference state. A small variation of intrinsic node parameters may cause the system to move away from synchronization, and a newdoi:10.1063/1.5099621 pmid:32013516 fatcat:fieso22mc5aproqykczq7z6g7m