Network Robustness under Large-Scale Attacks
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 15, 2012 - Computers - 41 pages
Network Robustness under Large-Scale Attacks provides the analysis of network robustness under attacks, with a focus on large-scale correlated physical attacks. The book begins with a thorough overview of the latest research and techniques to analyze the network responses to different types of attacks over various network topologies and connection models. It then introduces a new large-scale physical attack model coined as area attack, under which a new network robustness measure is introduced and applied to study the network responses. With this book, readers will learn the necessary tools to evaluate how a complex network responds to random and possibly correlated attacks.
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Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 System Models
Chapter 3 LinkLevel Network Robustness to Area Attacks
Chapter 4 NetworkWide Robustness to Area Attacks
Chapter 5 Simulation Results
Chapter 6 Conclusion
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