We discuss a novel approach to synchronization of complex networks based on the use of a hybrid adaptive strategy where the coupling gains between neighbouring oscillators are time-varying and the links of the network become activated only when certain conditions are satisfied. We study the novel strategy on some representative examples showing its viability and effectiveness in achieving synchronization. The emerging network topologies are studied and compared via appropriate numerical simulations.
|Translated title of the contribution||Synchronization of complex networks via hybrid adaptive coupling and evolving topologies|
|Title of host publication||Chaos09 Second IFAC meeting related to analysis and control of chaotic systems|
|Volume||2 Part 1|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|