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OPODIS
2004
9 years 5 months ago
Comparison of Failures and Attacks on Random and Scale-Free Networks
Abstract. It appeared recently that some statistical properties of complex networks like the Internet, the World Wide Web or Peer-to-Peer systems have an important influence on the...
Jean-Loup Guillaume, Matthieu Latapy, Cléme...
SASO
2008
IEEE
9 years 10 months ago
Wanderer between the Worlds - Self-Organized Network Stability in Attack and Random Failure Scenarios
Many real–world networks show a scale–free degree distribution, a structure that is known to be very stable in case of random failures. Unfortunately, the very same structure ...
Katharina Anna Zweig, Karin Zimmermann
INFOCOM
2010
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Network Reliability With Geographically Correlated Failures
Abstract--Fiber-optic networks are vulnerable to natural disasters, such as tornadoes or earthquakes, as well as to physical failures, such as an anchor cutting underwater fiber ca...
Sebastian Neumayer, Eytan Modiano
GI
2003
Springer
9 years 9 months ago
Byzantine Failures and Security: Arbitrary is not (always) Random
: The Byzantine failure model allows arbitrary behavior of a certain fraction of network nodes in a distributed system. It was introduced to model and analyze the effects of very s...
Felix C. Gärtner
INFOCOM
2003
IEEE
9 years 9 months ago
Static and Dynamic Analysis of the Internet's Susceptibility to Faults and Attacks
— We analyze the susceptibility of the Internet to random faults, malicious attacks, and mixtures of faults and attacks. We analyze actual Internet data, as well as simulated dat...
Seung-Taek Park, Alexy Khrabrov, David M. Pennock,...
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