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Nash Equilibrium Analysis of Attack and Defense Strategies in the Air Transportation Network

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This study explores the strategic dynamics within interconnected systems by integrating game theory with complex networks. It presents a static zero-sum game model to analyze attack and defense strategies in such networks. Investigating three strategies for attackers and defenders—random, degree centrality, and betweenness centrality—the study examines Nash equilibrium under equal resource assumptions. Analyzing the payoff matrix and players’ responses identify the dominant strategy as combining random attacks and betweenness-based defenses.
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hal-04552009 , version 1 (18-04-2024)

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Renaud Horacio Gaffan, Issa Moussa Diop, Ndeye Khady Aidara, Cherif Diallo, Hocine Cherifi. Nash Equilibrium Analysis of Attack and Defense Strategies in the Air Transportation Network. French Regional Conference on Complex Systems, CSS France, May 2024, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-04552009⟩
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