# Eddie NijholtImperial College London | Imperial

Eddie Nijholt

PhD

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We study emergent oscillatory behavior in networks of diffusively coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Starting from a situation where each isolated node possesses a globally attracting equilibrium point, we give, for an arbitrary network configuration, general conditions for the existence of the diffusive coupling of a homogeneous st...

We present a novel method for high-order phase reduction in networks of weakly coupled oscillators and, more generally, perturbations of reducible normally hyperbolic (quasi-)periodic tori. Our method works by computing an asymptotic expansion for an embedding of the perturbed invariant torus, as well as for the reduced phase dynamics in local coor...

The internal state of a cell in a coupled cell network is often described by an element of a vector space. Synchrony or anti-synchrony occurs when some of the cells are in the same or the opposite state. Subspaces of the state space containing cells in synchrony or anti-synchrony are called polydiagonal subspaces. We study the properties of several...

We study emergent oscillatory behavior in networks of diffusively coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Starting from a situation where each isolated node possesses a globally attracting equilibrium point, we give, for an arbitrary network configuration, general conditions for the existence of the diffusive coupling of a homogeneous st...

Many networked systems are governed by non-pairwise interactions between nodes. The resulting higher-order interaction structure can then be encoded by means of a hypernetwork. In this paper we consider dynamical systems on hypernetworks by defining a class of admissible maps for every such hypernetwork. We explain how to classify robust cluster sy...

Networks of weakly coupled oscillators had a profound impact on our understanding of complex systems. Studies on model reconstruction from data have shown prevalent contributions from hypernetworks with triplet and higher interactions among oscillators, in spite that such models were originally defined as oscillator networks with pairwise interacti...

We consider the general model for dynamical systems defined on a simplicial complex. We describe the conjugacy classes of these systems and show how symmetries in a given simplicial complex manifest in the dynamics defined thereon, especially with regard to invariant subspaces in the dynamics.

Networks of weakly coupled oscillators had a profound impact on our understanding of complex systems. Studies on model reconstruction from data have shown prevalent contributions from hypernetworks with triplet and higher interactions among oscillators, in spite that such models were originally defined as oscillator networks with pairwise interacti...

The internal state of a cell in a coupled cell network is often described by an element of a vector space. Synchrony or anti-synchrony occurs when some of the cells are in the same or the opposite state. Subspaces of the state space containing cells in synchrony or anti-synchrony are called polydiagonal subspaces. We study the properties of several...

We consider the general model for dynamical systems defined on a simplicial complex. We describe the conjugacy classes of these systems and show how symmetries in a given simplicial complex manifest in the dynamics defined thereon, especially with regard to invariant subspaces in the dynamics.

We investigate bifurcations in feedforward coupled cell networks. Feedforward structure (the absence of feedback) can be defined by a partial order on the cells. We use this property to study generic one-parameter steady state bifurcations for such networks. Branching solutions and their asymptotics are described in terms of Taylor coefficients of...

We investigate bifurcations in feedforward coupled cell networks. Feedforward structure (the absence of feedback loops) can be defined by a partial order on the cells. We use this property to study generic one-parameter steady state bifurcations for such networks. Branching solutions and their asymptotics are described in terms of Taylor coefficien...

Given an admissible map γf for a homogeneous network N, it is known that the Jacobian Dγf(x) around a fully synchronous point x=(x0,…,x0) is again an admissible map for N. Motivated by this, we study the spectra of linear admissible maps for homogeneous networks. In particular, we define so-called network multipliers. These are (relatively small) m...

The authors of Berg et al. [J. Algebra 348 (2011) 446–461] provide an algorithm for finding a complete system of primitive orthogonal idempotents for CM, where M is any finite R-trivial monoid. Their method relies on a technical result stating that R-trivial monoids are equivalent to so-called weakly ordered monoids. We provide an alternative algor...

Dynamical systems often admit geometric properties that must be taken into account when studying their behaviour. We show that many such properties can be encoded by means of quiver representations. These properties include classical symmetry, hidden symmetry and feedforward structure, as well as subnetwork and quotient relations in network dynamic...

Dynamical systems often admit geometric properties that must be taken into account when studying their behaviour. We show that many such properties can be encoded by means of quiver representations. These properties include classical symmetry, hidden symmetry and feedforward structure, as well as subnetwork and quotient relations in network dynamic...

Given an admissible map F for a homogeneous network N, it is known that the Jacobian DF(x) around a fully synchronous point x = (x0, ..., x0) is again an admissible map for N. Motivated by this, we study the spectra of linear admissible maps for homogeneous networks. In particular, we define so-called network multipliers. These are (relatively smal...

The authors of [Primitive orthogonal idempotents for R-trivial monoids, Journal of Algebra] provide an algorithm for finding a complete system of primitive orthogonal idempotents for CM, where M is any finite R-trivial monoid. Their method relies on a technical result stating that R-trivial monoids are equivalent to so-called weakly ordered monoids...

Many systems in science and technology are networks: they consist of nodes with connections between them. Examples include electronic circuits, power grids, neuronal networks, and metabolic systems. Such networks are usually modeled by coupled nonlinear maps or differential equations, that is, as network dynamical systems. Network dynamical systems...

We prove that a generic $k$-parameter bifurcation of a dynamical system with a monoid symmetry occurs along a generalized kernel or center subspace of a particular type. More precisely, any (complementable) subrepresentation $U$ is given a number $K_U$ and a number $C_U$. A $k$-parameter bifurcation can generically only occur along a generalized ke...

We introduce a special subset of the graph of a homogeneous coupled cell network, called a projection block, and show that the network obtained from identifying this block to a single point can be used to understand the generic bifurcations of the original network. This technique is then used to describe the bifurcations in a generalized feed-forwa...

Dynamical systems with a network structure can display anomalous bifurcations as a generic phenomenon. As an explanation for this it has been noted that homogeneous networks can be realized as quotient networks of so-called fundamental networks. The class of admissible vector fields for these fundamental networks is equal to the class of equivarian...

Dynamical systems with a network structure can display collective behaviour
such as synchronisation. Golubitsky and Stewart observed that all the robustly
synchronous dynamics of a network is contained in the dynamics of its quotient
networks. DeVille and Lerman have recently shown that the original network and
its quotients are related by graph fi...