Chapter 24 Resilience in complex networks
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The study of complex networks continues to be of great interest. This is due in part to the importance of such networks in the daily lives and functioning of our modern society. Complex networks are reflected in social, biological, telecommunication, energy, transportation, defense and other systems, and encapsulate complicated spatial and aspatial relationships. The study of individual and interdependent networks along these lines is particularly critical to better understanding functionality and service capabilities, as well as for ensuring efficient performance and the ability of a system to be resilient under a range of scenarios. This chapter reviews the notion of resiliency in the context of complex networks representing spatio-temporal systems. Structural organization and analytics are reviewed. Resilience modeling approaches for spatial complex networks are detailed, highlighting how associated insights may be elicited.

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