Critical Infrastructure

Reliability and Vulnerability

ISBN: 978-3-540-68055-0 (Print) 978-3-540-68056-7 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-8

    Overview of Reliability and Vulnerability in Critical Infrastructure

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    Pages 9-30

    Transport Network Vulnerability: a Method for Diagnosis of Critical Locations in Transport Infrastructure Systems

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    Pages 31-55

    A Framework for Vulnerability Assessment of Electric Power Systems

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    Pages 57-79

    Spatio-Temporal Models for Network Economic Loss Analysis Under Unscheduled Events: A Conceptual Design

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    Pages 81-106

    Vulnerability: A Model-Based Case Study of the Road Network in Stockholm

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    Pages 107-128

    Survivability of Commercial Backbones with Peering: A Case Study of Korean Networks

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    Pages 129-150

    Railway Capacity and Train Delay Relationships

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    Pages 151-171

    A Reliability-based User Equilibrium Model for Traffic Assignment

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    Pages 173-196

    Reliability Analysis of Road Networks and Preplanning of Emergency Rescue Paths

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    Pages 197-220

    Continuity in Critical Network Infrastructures: Accounting for Nodal Disruptions

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    Pages 221-241

    Analysis of Facility Systems’ Reliability When Subject to Attack or a Natural Disaster

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    Pages 243-256

    Bounding Network Interdiction Vulnerability Through Cutset Identification

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    Pages 257-289

    Models for Reliable Supply Chain Network Design

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    Pages 291-307

    Moving from Protection to Resiliency: A Path to Securing Critical Infrastructure

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 309-311