Dynamics of interacting generalized tipping elements on complex networks
In recent years, an increasing number of potential tipping elements
have been identified in ecological, climatic and social systems. Tipping
elements are defined by their ability to undergo large qualitative change
that is caused by a small perturbation in a parameter or state variable.
We investigate the emergent nonlinear dynamics of pairs, chains
and networks of generalized tipping elements and identify conditions under which domino effects and tipping cascades can occur. Understanding the dynamics