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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

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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