Asynchronous networks form a natural framework for many classes of dynamical networks encountered in technology, engineering and biology. Typically, nodes can evolve independently, be constrained, stop, and later restart, and interactions between components of the network may depend on time, state, and stochastic effects. We outline some of the main ideas, motivations and a basic result.

e-mail: mikefield@gmail.com

Professor Mike Field
Department of Mathematics
Imperial College