The Quantified Resilience of a Range of Geographically Distributed Complex Networks when Subjected to Spatial Hazard

2016-01-01T00:00:00Z (GMT) by S Dunn S Wilkinson
The quantified resilience of a range of complex networks (including: scale-free, exponential and random) when subjected to two locations of a “growing” spatial hazard (one located on the geographic centre and the other on the spatial boundary). The equations for this quantification can be found in the research paper “Hazard Tolerance of Spatially Distributed Complex Networks”.