PMID: 17358238Mar 16, 2007

Ragged synchronizability of coupled oscillators

Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics
Andrzej StefańskiTomasz Kapitaniak

Abstract

We discuss synchronization thresholds in an array of nondiagonally coupled oscillators. We argue that nondiagonal coupling can cause the appearance or disappearance of desynchronous windows in the coupling parameter space. Such a phenomenon is independent of the motion character (periodic or chaotic) of the isolated node system. A mechanism governing this phenomenon is explained and its influence on the global network dynamics is analyzed.

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