Root Cause Analysis of Failures in Interdependent Power-Communication Networks

@article{Das2014RootCA,
  title={Root Cause Analysis of Failures in Interdependent Power-Communication Networks},
  author={Arun Das and Joydeep Banerjee and Arunabha Sen},
  journal={2014 IEEE Military Communications Conference},
  year={2014},
  pages={910-915}
}
Studies on communication network robustness, though extensive, have primarily focused on standalone networks. However, real world communication networks do not operate in isolation, but instead are part of complex interdependent ecosystems that function together as a comprehensive symbiotic unit. For instance, communication networks of today are highly dependent on the power infrastructure and hence, any efforts to improve the robustness of communication networks must necessarily take into… CONTINUE READING

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