Robustness of flow networks against cascading failures under partial load redistribution

@inproceedings{Ozel2018RobustnessOF,
  title={Robustness of flow networks against cascading failures under partial load redistribution},
  author={Omur Ozel and Bruno Sinopoli and Osman Yağan},
  year={2018}
}
We study the robustness of flow networks against cascading failures under a partial load redistribution model. In particular, we consider a flow network of N lines with initial loads L1, . . . , LN and free-spaces (i.e., redundant space) S1, . . . , SN that are independent and identically distributed with joint distribution PLS(x, y) = P [L ≤ x, S ≤ y]. The capacity Ci is the maximum load allowed on line i, and is given by Ci = Li + Si. When a line fails due to overloading, it is removed from… 
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