# Bond Percolation in Small-World Graphs with Power-Law Distribution

@article{Becchetti2022BondPI, title={Bond Percolation in Small-World Graphs with Power-Law Distribution}, author={Luca Becchetti and Andrea E. F. Clementi and Francesco Pasquale and Luca Trevisan and Isabella Ziccardi}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2022}, volume={abs/2205.08774} }

Full-bond percolation with parameter p is the process in which, given a graph, for every edge independently, we keep the edge with probability p and delete it with probability 1 − p . Bond percolation is motivated by problems in mathematical physics and it is studied in parallel computing and network science to understand the resilience of distributed systems to random link failure and the spread of information in networks through unreliable links. Full-bond percolation is also equivalent to…

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