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JACIII Vol.10 No.3 pp. 265-269
doi: 10.20965/jaciii.2006.p0265
(2006)

Paper:

A Framework for Robust and Resilient Critical Infrastructure Systems

Jagdish Chandra

The Institute for Reliability and Risk Analysis, The George Washington University, Washington, DC 20052, U.S.A

Received:
February 22, 2005
Accepted:
December 21, 2005
Published:
May 20, 2006
Keywords:
complex systems, vulnerability, threat analysis, hybrid dynamical systems, interdependencies
Abstract

Infrastructures such as transportation systems, power grids, communication networks, water resources, health delivery systems, and financial networks/institutions are vital to the safety, security and the well-being of the society. Reliable performance and protection of such systems is of paramount importance. Critical infrastructure systems, when viewed as complex interacting networks, present many interesting technical challenges to the modeling, analysis and simulation community. In this paper, we review the generic structure of such systems from the perspective of robust design and resilient behavior.

Cite this article as:
J. Chandra, “A Framework for Robust and Resilient Critical Infrastructure Systems,” J. Adv. Comput. Intell. Intell. Inform., Vol.10, No.3, pp. 265-269, 2006.
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