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Enhancing synchronizability by rewiring networks
Alternative TitleEnhancing synchronizability by rewiring networks
Wang LiFu1; Wang QingLi3; Kong Zhi1; Jing YuanWei2
2010
Source PublicationCHINESE PHYSICS B
ISSN1674-1056
Volume19Issue:8
AbstractAccording to different forms of synchronized region, complex networks are divided into type I (unbounded synchronization region) and type II (bounded synchronization region) networks. This paper presents a rewiring algorithm to enhance the synchronizability of type I and type II networks. By utilizing the algorithm for an unweighted and undirected network, a better synchronizability of network with the same number of nodes and edges can be obtained. Numerical simulations on several different network models are used to support the proposed procedure. The relationship between different topological properties of the networks and the number of rewirings are shown. It finds that the final optimized network is independent of the initial network, and becomes homogeneous. In addition the optimized networks have similar structural properties in the sense of degree, and node and edge betweenness centralities. However, they do not have similar cluster coefficients for type IT networks. The research may be useful for designing more synchronizable networks and understanding the synchronization behaviour of networks.
Other AbstractAccording to different forms of synchronized region, complex networks are divided into type I (unbounded synchronization region) and type II (bounded synchronization region) networks. This paper presents a rewiring algorithm to enhance the synchronizability of type I and type II networks. By utilizing the algorithm for an unweighted and undirected network, a better synchronizability of network with the same number of nodes and edges can be obtained. Numerical simulations on several different network models are used to support the proposed procedure. The relationship between different topological properties of the networks and the number of rewirings are shown. It finds that the final optimized network is independent of the initial network, and becomes homogeneous. In addition the optimized networks have similar structural properties in the sense of degree, and node and edge betweenness centralities. However, they do not have similar cluster coefficients for type II networks. The research may be useful for designing more synchronizable networks and understanding the synchronization behaviour of networks.
KeywordCOMPLEX NETWORKS DYNAMICAL NETWORKS STABILITY SYSTEMS synchronizability rewire networks complex networks optimized network network structural property
Indexed ByCSCD
Language英语
Funding Project[Science Foundation of the Education Bureau of Liaoning Province of China]
CSCD IDCSCD:3899868
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/150190
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院微生物研究所
2.东北大学
3.中国科学院金属研究所
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Wang LiFu,Wang QingLi,Kong Zhi,et al. Enhancing synchronizability by rewiring networks[J]. CHINESE PHYSICS B,2010,19(8).
APA Wang LiFu,Wang QingLi,Kong Zhi,&Jing YuanWei.(2010).Enhancing synchronizability by rewiring networks.CHINESE PHYSICS B,19(8).
MLA Wang LiFu,et al."Enhancing synchronizability by rewiring networks".CHINESE PHYSICS B 19.8(2010).
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