Dynamics on (adaptive) feedforward networks

Room FC1.030
Thursday, 21 June, 2018 - 11:30

This talk is about describing dynamics on primitive network objects and finding conditions that allow a good "reductive" description of network dynamics. We will give a number of examples when feedback is added.  The examples range from surprising synchrony, an example of the "bullwhip" effect and a remarkable layered network mixing synchrony and chaotic dynamics. Some of this work is part of a joint project with Ana Dias and Manuela Aguiar.


Mike Field


Imperial College of London, UK