Spreading of localized attacks in spatial multiplex networks

@article{Vaknin2017SpreadingOL,
  title={Spreading of localized attacks in spatial multiplex networks},
  author={Dana Vaknin and Michael M. Danziger and S. Havlin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1704.00267}
}
Many real-world multilayer systems such as critical infrastructure are interdependent and embedded in space with links of a characteristic length. They are also vulnerable to localized attacks or failures, such as terrorist attacks or natural catastrophes, which affect all nodes within a given radius. Here we study the effects of localized attacks on spatial multiplex networks of two layers. We find a metastable region where a localized attack larger than a critical size induces a nucleation… Expand
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