Cyber Epidemic Models with Dependences

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Xu, Maochao; Da, Gaofeng; Xu, Shouhuai;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Social and Information Networks | Computer Science - Cryptography and Security
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Studying models of cyber epidemics over arbitrary complex networks can deepen our understanding of cyber security from a whole-system perspective. In this paper, we initiate the investigation of cyber epidemic models that accommodate the {\em dependences} between the cy... View more
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