Robustness Elasticity in Complex Networks

@inproceedings{Matisziw2012RobustnessEI,
  title={Robustness Elasticity in Complex Networks},
  author={Timothy C. Matisziw and Tony H. Grubesic and Junyu Guo},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Network robustness refers to a network's resilience to stress or damage. Given that most networks are inherently dynamic, with changing topology, loads, and operational states, their robustness is also likely subject to change. However, in most analyses of network structure, it is assumed that interaction among nodes has no effect on robustness. To investigate the hypothesis that network robustness is not sensitive or elastic to the level of interaction (or flow) among network nodes, this paper… CONTINUE READING
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