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Development of Spatial Network Model. C D = 100. C D = 300. Proxy for Real-World Nodal Layout. Exponential Synthetic Networks. C D = 100. C D = 200. C D = 300. Topological Hazard Tolerance. Assessed by subjecting the networks to:. Degree attack strategy. Random hazard.

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Development of Spatial Network Model

CD = 100

CD = 300


Proxy for Real-World Nodal Layout


Exponential Synthetic Networks

CD = 100

CD = 200

CD = 300


Topological Hazard Tolerance

  • Assessed by subjecting the networks to:

  • Degree attack strategy

  • Random hazard


Spatial Hazard Tolerance

  • Assessed by using a ‘central attack’ spatial hazard

    • Remove nodes in order of their distance from the centre of the network


Spatial Hazard Tolerance


Spatial Hazard Tolerance


Conclusion

  • To date little work has been done on spatially distributed networks

  • Space has a small but important effect on the degree distribution of a network and can have a significant effect on the hazard tolerance

  • We have developed a network model which is capable of capturing the growth of infrastructure systems in terms of both their network architecture and geographical distribution

  • This can be used to form an assessment of their hazard tolerance to spatial hazards


Thank You.


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