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The field of network synchronization has seen tremendous growth following the introduction of the master stability function (MSF) formalism, which enables the efficient stability analysis of synchronization in large oscillator networks. However, to make further progress we must overcome the limitations of this celebrated formalism, which focuses on global synchronization and requires both the oscillators and their interactions to be identical, while many systems of interest are inherentlyarXiv:2003.05461v1 fatcat:w6acsvn7sncqtg5ajabwletnc4