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Reliability analysis of interdependent lattices

Zhang Limiao, Li Daqing, Qin Pengju, Fu Bowen, Jiang Yinan, Enrico Zio and Kang Rui

Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 2016, vol. 452, issue C, 120-125

Abstract: Network reliability analysis has drawn much attention recently due to the risks of catastrophic damage in networked infrastructures. These infrastructures are dependent on each other as a result of various interactions. However, most of the reliability analyses of these interdependent networks do not consider spatial constraints, which are found important for robustness of infrastructures including power grid and transport systems. Here we study the reliability properties of interdependent lattices with different ranges of spatial constraints. Our study shows that interdependent lattices with strong spatial constraints are more resilient than interdependent Erdös–Rényi networks. There exists an intermediate range of spatial constraints, at which the interdependent lattices have minimal resilience.

Keywords: Complex systems; Interdependent lattices; Reliability analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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