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The utility of the concept of resiliency as a paradigm for managing society’s ability to resist, absorb, and recover from extreme events is dependent upon the ability to evaluate a community’s resilience and to assess the potential impacts of intentional and unintentional interventions. A...
Catastrophic events generate cascading and synergistic infrastructure failures that will produce unanticipated response requirements. Infrastructure failures not only influence the demands for services and commodities but also the mobility and capability of response organisations. This project...
Not only is resiliency a term with a myriad of definitions microscopically specified by a wide variety of social and bio/physical scientists and practitioners, it is also incredibly complicated even when treated by individual academic/government/non-profit and business practitioners who are...
We propose a metric for the analysis of the dependencies in a network of dynamic systems. We formally define the dependency and show that the derived metric approximates the ‘strength’ of the dependency. This metric is particularly suited for the analysis of the critical infrastructures (CI). It...
The research state-of-the-art mentions critical infrastructures (CI) in the same breath as studies about cataclysmic threats, events instantiated by a terrorist or cyber-attack, and/or a natural disaster. This paper suggests that a threat to CI may also result from slowly evolving, gradual, and...
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