In this paper, the relation between synchronization and control of chaotic nodes connected through a time–varying network is discussed. In particular, the effects of pinning control on a set of moving chaotic agents are investigated showing that the role of system parameters, like agent density, is critical in order to reach the synchronous behavior and also to control the whole network by pinning a reduced set of agents.
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