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Fig. 5

From: Modularity affects the robustness of scale-free model and real-world social networks under betweenness and degree-based node attack

Fig. 5

Simulation result for modular networks generated from BA network with N = 10,000, m = 5 and \(\left\langle k \right\rangle\) = 4: A The critical occupation probability pc and B the single value network robustness (R) as a function of the re-wiring ratio w. The trend is clear, when w > 0.98, pcIB becomes higher than pcID and RIB becomes smaller than RID, showing that the network becomes more vulnerable to the betweenness-based strategy than the degree-based strategy. CH Size of the 1st LCC and the 2nd LCC as a function of the occupation probability p with three different value of w: 0.8 (C,F), 0.99 (D,G) and 0.995 (E,H). All results are averaged over 100 simulations

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