On the effects of memory and topology on the controllability of complex dynamical networks

Panagiotis Kyriakis
Panagiotis Kyriakis

Scientific reports, pp. 173462020.

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Recent advances in network science, control theory, and fractional calculus provide us with mathematical tools necessary for modeling and controlling complex dynamical networks (CDNs) that exhibit long-term memory. Selecting the minimum number of driven nodes such that the network is steered to a prescribed state is a key problem to guara...More

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