Eva Ramos-Martínez

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Many critical infrastructures consist of networks with complex structure, since they have highly interdependent elements and nontrivial designs with a degree of complexity that depends on the settings and level of interaction between these elements. The theory of complex networks employs techniques borrowed from graph theory to classify different types of(More)
Biofilm develops in drinking water distribution systems (DWDSs) as complex microorganism communities covered by an extracellular polysaccharide which provides them structure, protection against disinfectants and helps retain food. Biofilm poses a serious risk to DWDSs. The presence of substantial and active attached biomass in the inner wall of pipes can(More)
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