Kensuke Otsuki

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Fault-tolerance is one of the most important factors in designing networks. Failures in networks are sometimes caused by an event occurring in specific geographical regions such as hurricanes, earthquakes, bomb attacks, and Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attacks. In INFOCOM 2012, Neumayer et al. introduced geographical variants of max-flow min-cut problems in(More)
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