Percolation in spatial networks spatial network models beyond nearest-neighbors structures

Percolation theory is a well studied process utilized by networks theory to understand the resilience of networks under random or targeted attacks. Despite their importance, spatial networks have been less studied under the percolation process compared to the extensively studied non-spatial networks...

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Main Authors: Gross, Bnaya, Havlin, Shlomo (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2022
Series:Cambridge elements. Elements in structure and dynamics of complex networks
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Summary:Percolation theory is a well studied process utilized by networks theory to understand the resilience of networks under random or targeted attacks. Despite their importance, spatial networks have been less studied under the percolation process compared to the extensively studied non-spatial networks. In this Element, the authors will discuss the developments and challenges in the study of percolation in spatial networks ranging from the classical nearest neighbors lattice structures, through more generalized spatial structures such as networks with a distribution of edge lengths or community structure, and up to spatial networks of networks
Physical Description:40 pages digital
ISBN:9781009168076