(Bloomberg) -- A U.K. startup has teamed up with the British government to create what it believes is the most complete simulation ever of how the Internet works, and plans to make the code available to researchers.

The model is intended to be used to find weak points in the Internet’s infrastructure and to simulate the effects of a large-scale network failures, U.K. company Improbable announced Thursday.

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