The effect of topology on organization of synchronous behavior in dynamical networks with adaptive couplings
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We study the influence of the initial topology of connections on the organization of synchronous behavior in networks of phase oscillators with adaptive couplings. We found that networks with a random sparse structure of connections predominantly demonstrate the scenario as a result of which chimera states are formed. The formation of chimera states retains the features of the hierarchical organization observed in networks with global connections [D.V. Kasatkin, S. Yanchuk, E. Schöll, V.I. Nekorkin, Phys. Rev. E 96, 062211 (2017)], and also demonstrates a number of new properties due to the presence of a random structure of network topology. In this case, the formation of coherent groups takes a much longer time interval, and the sets of elements that form these groups can be significantly rearranged during the evolution of the network. We also found chimera states, in which along with the coherent and incoherent groups, there are subsets, whose different elements can be synchronized with each other for sufficiently long periods of time.
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