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*The submission deadline is 30 May 2015*.

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*Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena*

Special Issue On:

*Nonlinear Dynamics on Interconnected Networks*

During the last decade, important discoveries have shown that common
patterns and self-organization emerge over and over again in many different
complex systems. Interactions between system elements (species,
individuals, genes, proteins, routers, etc.) that occur in real systems
(physical, biological, social, communication, etc.) yield networks that
share a large number of common features. The fundamental goals of the study
of networks are to (1) describe the structure of interactions between
components, (2) assess emergent behaviour that arises from such structure,
(3) evaluate the effects of such structure on dynamical processes and on
system function more generally, and (4) control and design networks to
achieve desired outcomes. Thus, systems as diverse as peer-to-peer
networks, neural systems, socio-technical phenomena, climate networks, and
biological networks can be studied within a general unified theoretical and
computational framework.

This special issue will accept papers about:


   Structural properties of general networks,

   Dynamical processes on general networks,

and submissions from different areas, e.g. computer science, engineering,

mathematics, physics, etc. are welcome.

*Guest Editors*

*Professor Alex Arenas: **[log in to unmask]*
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*Dr. Manlio De Domenico: **[log in to unmask]*
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