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Generic cascading model

In order to assess cascading effects in directed network TUD/ETHZ has developed a model for the dynamics of failure spreading. The model combines network nodes as active, bistable elements and delayed interactions along directed links. By means of simulations TUD/ETHZ studied the dynamics behavior for generic sample networks.

Simple dynamic cascading model

In addition to the generic cascading model TUD/ETHZ has suggested a cascading model in networks using dynamical flow model based on simple conservation and distribution laws to investigate the impact of transient dynamics caused by rebalancing of loads after an initial network failure. The robustness of complex network showing cascading failures is determined by complex interplay between the network topology and flows dynamics.

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The following papers specify the model and simulation experiments. More information and
sources of supply can be downloaded from the section "Public Deliverables" .

Deliverable D2.1.2 - Final report on analysis and modelling of LCCI topology, vulnerability and decentralised recovery strategies

Deliverable D2.1.3[1] - A Complex System's View of Critical Infrastructures
Publsihed in Understanding Complex Systems
by Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, 2008

Deliverable D2.1.3[2] - Is the Topology of the Internet Network fit to perform its Functions
Authors: V. Rossato, L. Issacharoff, S. Meloni, D. Caligiore, F. Tiriticco
ENEA, Italy

Deliverable D2.1.3[3] - Modeling Interdependent Infrastructures using interacting dynamic Models
Published in International of Critical Infrastructures 2008 - Vol. 4, No.1/2 pp. 63 - 79
Authors: V. Rosato, L. Issacharoff, F. Tiriticco, S. Meloni, S. De Porcellinis, R. Setola
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Deliverable D2.1.3[4] - Influence of the Topology on the Power Flux of the Italian High-Voltage Electrical Network
Authors: V. Rossato, L. Issacharoff, S. Bologna
ENEA, Italy

Deliverable D2.1.3[5] - A tool for network reliability analysis
Publsihed in Lecture Notes in Computer Science
by Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, Volume 4680/2007

Deliverable D2.1.3[6] - Efficient Response to cascading Disaster Spreading
Authors: L. Buzna, K. Peters, H. Ammoder, C. Kühnert, D. Helbring

Deliverable D2.1.3[7] - Stationary Network Load Models Underestimate Vulnerability to cascading Failures
Authors: I. Simonsen, L. Buzna, K. Peters, S. Bernholdt, D. Helbing

Deliverable D2.1.3[8] - Modelling of cascading Effects and efficient Response to Disaster spreading in Complex Networks
Published in International Journal of Critical Infrastructures 2008 - Vol. 4, No.1/2
Authors: K. Peters, L. Buzna, D. Helbing
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Deliverable D2.1.3[9] - Optimized Response to cascading Failures in Complex Networks
Published in Risk, Reliability and Societal Safety
Editors: T. Aven, J.E. Vinnem
Authors: L. Buzna, K. Peters, D. Helbing
Published by Taylor & Francis Group , London, 2007
ISBN 978-0-415-44786-7



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Mr. Lubos Buzna, ETH Zürich