Interdependent Spatial Networks
The extreme vulnerability of spatially embedded networks , Amir Bashan et al. Nature Physics (2013) (Advenced Online Publication) In lattice systems, in contrast to non-embedded systems any small fraction of interdependent nodes leads to an abrupt collapse.
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Network physiology reveals relations between network topology and physiological function , Amir Bashan et al. Nature Communications (2012)
The human organism is an integrated network where complex physiological systems, each with its own regulatory mechanisms, continuously interact...
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Role of Dependency Length
Cascading Failures in Interdependent Lattice Networks: The Critical Role of the Length of Dependency Links, Wel Li et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. (2012)
Our study suggests that interdependent infrastructures embedded in Euclidean space become most vulnerable when the distance between interdependent nodes is in the intermediate range...
Cascading Failures in Networks with Dependency Links
The Combined Effect of Connectivity and Dependency Links on Percolation of Networks, Amir Bashan et al. J. Stat. Phys. (2011)
In real systems, usually there exist two types of links, connectivity links for the function of the network and dependency links which represent...
Percolation in Network with Dependency Groups
Percolation in networks composed of connectivity and dependency links, Amir Bashan et al. Phys. Rev. E (2011)
many systems are characterized by small subgroups in which the entities belonging to a group strongly depend on each other...
Detrending Methods for Fluctuation Analysis
Comparison of detrending methods for fluctuation analysis, Amir Bashan et al. Physica A (2008)
We examine several recently suggested methods for the detection of long-range correlations in data series based on similar ideas as the well-established Detrended Fluctuation Analysis (DFA)...