Abstract by Wesley Stevens
The Stability of Synchronization in Networks with Time-Delays
Synchronization is an emergent property that occurs in a broad range of dynamical systems, including neural signaling, the beating of the heart and fire-fly light waves. By incorporating time-delays, these synchronizations become increasingly chaotic and unstable. We study the network conditions for which the systems state converge to its synchronization manifold in the presence of time-delays.