Design and Analysis of Networks with Large Components in Presence of Region-Based Faults

Abstract

Connectivity k(G) of a network G is traditionally considered to be the primary metric for evaluation of its fault tolerance capability. However, connectivity as a metric has several limitations - e.g., it has no mechanism to distinguish between localized and random faults. Also it does not provide any information about the network state, if number of… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/icc.2011.5962427

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