This site is the repository of code, data, and information about structural stability and networks.

Structural stability is the study of how the behavior (qualitative state) of a dynamical system is a function of the parameters of the system itself. We argue that the larger the range of parameter values (conditions), the more structurally stable a system can be.

The link between structural stability and networks can be observed in the extent to which the network architecture (the organization of interactions) of a system modulates the range of parameter space compatible with a given qualitative stable state.

Contributors:  Rudolf P. Rohr, Serguei Saavedra 
                        & Luis J. Gilarranz

We acknowledge support from Bascompte Lab
     Latest Additions
  • How structurally stable are global socioeconomic systems? Interface 2014.
  • On the structural stability of mutualistic systems. Science 2014.
  • Estimating the tolerance of species to the effects of global environmental change. Nat. Comm. 2013.

    Latest Release: 11 September 2014 (launch)
    We are continuously working to improve the code and information
    posted on this website.