Perspective on attractive-repulsive interactions in dynamical networks: Progress and future
Emerging collective behavior in complex dynamical networks depends on both coupling function and underlying coupling topology. Through this Perspective, we provide a brief yet profound excerpt of recent research efforts that explore how the synergy of attractive and repulsive interactions influence the destiny of ensembles of interacting dynamical systems. We review the incarnation of collective states ranging from chimera or solitary states to extreme events and oscillation quenching arising as a result of different network arrangements. Though the existing literature demonstrates that many of the crucial developments have been made, nonetheless, we come up with significant routes of further research in this field of study.
Majhi, Soumen; Chowdhury, Sayantan Nag; and Ghosh, Dibakar, "Perspective on attractive-repulsive interactions in dynamical networks: Progress and future" (2020). Journal Articles. 4.