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Mark Newman

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780198805090

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198805090.001.0001

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Percolation and network resilience

Percolation and network resilience

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(p.569) Chapter 15 Percolation and network resilience
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Networks
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Mark Newman

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198805090.003.0015

A discussion of the site percolation process on networks and its application as a model of network resilience. The chapter starts with a description of the percolation process, in which nodes are randomly removed from a network, and of the percolation phase transition at which a giant percolating cluster forms. The properties of percolation on configuration model networks are studied, including networks with power-law degree distributions, and including both uniform and non-uniform removal of nodes. Computer algorithms for simulating percolation on real-world networks are also discussed, and numerical results are given for several example networks, including the internet and a social network.

Keywords:   Percolation, site percolation, node percolation, bond percolation, edge percolation, resilience, robustness, vaccination, immunization, percolation transition, percolation threshold, cluster, percolating cluster, giant cluster, configuration model, generating function, power law, scale-free network, percolation algorithm

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