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- DANIEL GROSS, MONIKA HEINIG, +9 authors Charles Suffel
- 2013

The traditional vulnerability parameter connectivity is the minimum number of nodes needed to be removed to disconnect a network. Likewise, edge connectivity is the minimum number of edges needed to be removed to disconnect. A disconnected network may still be viable if it contains a sufficiently large component. Component order connectivity and component… (More)

- L. William Kazmierczak, Francis T. Boesch, Daniel Gross, Charles L. Suffel
- Ars Comb.
- 2007

UB3LYP/cc-pVTZ computations using C-PCM, IEF-PCM, and SMD water-solvent models have been performed for the reaction of the Hc atom with nitrous oxide (N2O) producing N2 and cOH in aqueous solution. The Hc atom attacks the oxygen atom in the N2O molecule resulting in the formation of the [H–ONN] transition state and its decomposition into cOH and N2. This… (More)

The traditional parameter used as a measure of vulnerability of a network modeled by a graph with perfect nodes and edges that may fail is the edge connectivity λ. Of course , () p q K p λ = where p q ≤. In that case, failure of the network simply means that the surviving subgraph becomes disconnected upon the failure of individual edges. If, instead,… (More)

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