Dimitris Maniadakis

Learn More
Network availability is of paramount importance in optical telecommunication networks. Their rising connectivity and consequently their availability is compromised by link and node failures, usually due to physical force (e.g. digging, earthquake or fire). Single link failures can in turn cause multiple failures in case a failure hits a shared risk link(More)
As society progressively depends on large-scale telecommunications networks and their connectivity rapidly rises over time, it becomes of vital importance to study their topological features. On the backbone level uncertain disturbances of its constituent parts may affect a sizable proportion of the population, thus this can well explain the recent focus on(More)
For the realistic generation of synthetic street configurations, used in fiber-to-the-x (FTTx) dimensioning, the Gabriel graph model is proposed. Commencing the analysis with the Primal approach for 100 samples of urban street networks, a great heterogeneity is empirically discovered in their structural properties. Due to the observed morphological(More)
  • 1