David Newman
David Newman
Professor of Physics, University of Alaska Fairbanks
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Complex systems analysis of series of blackouts: Cascading failure, critical points, and self-organization
I Dobson, BA Carreras, VE Lynch, DE Newman
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 17 (2), 026103, 2007
8972007
Critical points and transitions in an electric power transmission model for cascading failure blackouts
BA Carreras, VE Lynch, I Dobson, DE Newman
Chaos: An interdisciplinary journal of nonlinear science 12 (4), 985-994, 2002
5822002
Evidence for self-organized criticality in a time series of electric power system blackouts
BA Carreras, DE Newman, I Dobson, AB Poole
Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, IEEE Transactions on 51 (9), 1733-1740, 2004
4742004
An initial model for complex dynamics in electric power system blackouts
I Dobson, BA Carreras, VE Lynch, DE Newman
hicss, 2001
4362001
A loading-dependent model of probabilistic cascading failure
I Dobson, BA Carreras, DE Newman
Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences 19 (1), 15, 2005
3922005
Long-range time correlations in plasma edge turbulence
BA Carreras, B Van Milligen, MA Pedrosa, R Balbin, C Hidalgo, ...
Physical Review Letters 80 (20), 4438, 1998
313*1998
The dynamics of marginality and self‐organized criticality as a paradigm for turbulent transport
DE Newman, BA Carreras, PH Diamond, TS Hahm
Physics of Plasmas 3 (5), 1858-1866, 1996
3021996
Complex dynamics of blackouts in power transmission systems
BA Carreras, VE Lynch, I Dobson, DE Newman
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 14 (3), 643-652, 2004
2952004
A model realization of self‐organized criticality for plasma confinement
BA Carreras, D Newman, VE Lynch, PH Diamond
Physics of Plasmas 3 (8), 2903-2911, 1996
2791996
Examining criticality of blackouts in power system models with cascading events
I Dobson, J Chen, JS Thorp, BA Carreras, DE Newman
Proceedings of the 35th annual Hawaii international conference on system …, 2002
2142002
A probabilistic loading-dependent model of cascading failure and possible implications for blackouts
I Dobson, BA Carreras, DE Newman
36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003 …, 2003
2062003
Initial evidence for self-organized criticality in electric power system blackouts
BA Carreras, DE Newman, I Dobson, AB Poole
Proceedings of the 33rd annual Hawaii international conference on system …, 2000
195*2000
A branching process approximation to cascading load-dependent system failure
I Dobson, BA Carreras, DE Newman
37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004 …, 2004
1922004
Fluctuation‐induced flux at the plasma edge in toroidal devices
BA Carreras, C Hidalgo, E Sánchez, MA Pedrosa, R Balbin, ...
Physics of Plasmas 3 (7), 2664-2672, 1996
1921996
Initial evidence for self-organized criticality in electric power system blackouts
BA Carreras, DE Newman, I Dobson, AB Poole
Proceedings of the 33rd annual Hawaii international conference on system …, 2000
1492000
Modeling blackout dynamics in power transmission networks with simple structure
B Carreras, V Lynch, M Sachtjen, I Dobson, D Newman
Proceedings of the 34th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System …, 2001
1472001
Blackout mitigation assessment in power transmission systems
BA Carreras, VE Lynch, DE Newman, I Dobson
36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003 …, 2003
1372003
Dynamics of transition to enhanced confinement in reversed magnetic shear discharges
PH Diamond, VB Lebedev, DE Newman, BA Carreras, TS Hahm, ...
Physical review letters 78 (8), 1472, 1997
1321997
Waiting-time statistics of self-organized-criticality systems
R Sánchez, DE Newman, BA Carreras
Physical review letters 88 (6), 068302, 2002
1312002
Exploring complex systems aspects of blackout risk and mitigation
DE Newman, BA Carreras, VE Lynch, I Dobson
IEEE Transactions on Reliability 60 (1), 134-143, 2011
1282011
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