Cascading Failures in Interdependent Lattice Networks: The Critical Role of the Length of Dependency Links

@article{Li2012CascadingFI,
  title={Cascading Failures in Interdependent Lattice Networks: The Critical Role of the Length of Dependency Links},
  author={Wei Li and A. Bashan and S. Buldyrev and H. Stanley and S. Havlin},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={108 22},
  pages={
          228702
        }
}
  • Wei Li, A. Bashan, +2 authors S. Havlin
  • Published 2012
  • Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Medicine
  • Physical review letters
We study the cascading failures in a system composed of two interdependent square lattice networks A and B placed on the same Cartesian plane, where each node in network A depends on a node in network B randomly chosen within a certain distance r from the corresponding node in network A and vice versa. Our results suggest that percolation for small r below r(max)≈8 (lattice units) is a second-order transition, and for larger r is a first-order transition. For r<r(max), the critical threshold… Expand
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