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Rebekka Burkholz, Ph.D.


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  1. Burkholz R. Efficient message passing for cascade size distributions. Sci Rep. 2019 04 25; 9(1):6561. PMID: 31024066.
  2. Burkholz R, Schweitzer F. Correlations between thresholds and degrees: An analytic approach to model attacks and failure cascades. Phys Rev E. 2018 Aug; 98(2-1):022306. PMID: 30253542.
  3. Burkholz R, Herrmann HJ, Schweitzer F. Explicit size distributions of failure cascades redefine systemic risk on finite networks. Sci Rep. 2018 05 02; 8(1):6878. PMID: 29720624.
  4. Burkholz R, Schweitzer F. Framework for cascade size calculations on random networks. Phys Rev E. 2018 Apr; 97(4-1):042312. PMID: 29758649.
  5. Burkholz R, Garas A, Schweitzer F. How damage diversification can reduce systemic risk. Phys Rev E. 2016 04; 93:042313. PMID: 27176318.
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