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Series in Contemporary Applied Mathematics
We survey recent results on patterns of synchrony in lattice differential equations on a square lattice. Lattice differential equations consist of choosing a phase space R m for each point in a lattice and a system of differential equations on each of these phase spaces such that the whole system is translation invariant. The architecture of a lattice differential equation is the specification of which sites are coupled to which (nearest neighbor coupling is a standard example). A polydiagonaldoi:10.1142/9789812709356_0003 fatcat:odh7455hofcrvbj2em4txrklom