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Our society is heavily dependent on a wide variety of communication services. These services must be available even when undesirable events like sabotage, natural disasters, or network failures happen. The network survivability as defined by the ANSI T1A1.2 committee  is the transient performance from the instant an undesirable event occurs until steady state with an acceptable performance level is attained. In this paper we assess the survivability of a network with virtual connectionsdoi:10.1109/dsn.2008.4630117 dblp:conf/dsn/HeegaardT08 fatcat:pctmebihfvedfh7xbxzkrgizgm