This paper presents a network analysis approach to simulate cascading effects in a transit network with the aim to assess its resilience and efficiency. The key element of a cascade is time: as time passes by, more locations or connections of the transit network which are nodes and edges of the associated graph can be affected consecutively as well as change their own condition. Thus, modifications in terms of efficiency and resilience are also dynamically evaluated and analysed along the cascade. Results on the two case studies of the RESOLUTE project (i.e., Florence, in Italy, and the Attika region, in Greece) are presented. Since the two case studies are significantly different, important differences are reflected also on the impacts of the relative cascades, even if they were started in both the two cases from the node with the highest betweenness centrality.

Candelieri, A., Giordani, I., Galuzzi, B., Archetti, F. (2018). Evaluation of Cascade Effects for Transit Networks. In New Trends in Emerging Complex Real Life Problems (pp. 103-110). Springer [10.1007/978-3-030-00473-6_12].

Evaluation of Cascade Effects for Transit Networks

Candelieri, A;Giordani, I;Galuzzi, BG.
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Archetti, F
2018

Abstract

This paper presents a network analysis approach to simulate cascading effects in a transit network with the aim to assess its resilience and efficiency. The key element of a cascade is time: as time passes by, more locations or connections of the transit network which are nodes and edges of the associated graph can be affected consecutively as well as change their own condition. Thus, modifications in terms of efficiency and resilience are also dynamically evaluated and analysed along the cascade. Results on the two case studies of the RESOLUTE project (i.e., Florence, in Italy, and the Attika region, in Greece) are presented. Since the two case studies are significantly different, important differences are reflected also on the impacts of the relative cascades, even if they were started in both the two cases from the node with the highest betweenness centrality.
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Network analysis; Resilience Cascading effects; Urban transport system
English
New Trends in Emerging Complex Real Life Problems
978-3-030-00472-9
Candelieri, A., Giordani, I., Galuzzi, B., Archetti, F. (2018). Evaluation of Cascade Effects for Transit Networks. In New Trends in Emerging Complex Real Life Problems (pp. 103-110). Springer [10.1007/978-3-030-00473-6_12].
Candelieri, A; Giordani, I; Galuzzi, B; Archetti, F
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