A discussion of engineered networks like the Internet and the power grid and how we determine their structure
This chapter looks at technological networks, the physical infrastructure networks that have grown up over the last century or so and form the backbone of modern technological societies. These include the Internet, the telephone network, power grids, transportation networks, and delivery and distribution networks.
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