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Inoperability Input-Output Model for Interdependent Infrastructure Sectors. I: Theory and Methodology
The paper discusses the theory and methodology supporting the development of the inoperability input-output model (IIM). The IIM is based on Leontief’s input-output model, which characterizesExpand
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Homeland security preparedness: Balancing protection with resilience in emergent systems
The report of the President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection [PCCIP, Executive Order 13010, The White House, Washington, DC, 1997] which was issued in October 1997 set in motion aExpand
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Development of the multiregional inoperability input-output model (MRIIM) for spatial explicitness in preparedness of interdependent regions
Any given region in the US is a complex, interconnected, and interdependent economic system of systems that includes multiple stakeholders, spans multiple sub-regions, and produces a very largeExpand
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Inoperability Input-Output Model for Interdependent Infrastructure Sectors. II: Case Studies
The paper discusses case studies of the inoperability input-output model (IIM) for modeling impacts of willful attacks on interdependent sectors. The IIM is a model for assessing sectorExpand
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Systemic valuation of strategic preparedness through application of the inoperability input-output model with lessons learned from Hurricane Katrina.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has mandated all regions to "carefully weigh the benefit of each homeland security endeavor and only allocate resources where the benefit of reducingExpand
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Engineering degree students are deficient in mathematical expertise—why?
The general opinion of university lecturers is that standards in mathematics have fallen substantially over recent years. There is, however, very little empirical evidence in support of thisExpand
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Risk Analysis in Interdependent Infrastructures
This paper examines several analytical methodologies for risk assessment and management of interdependent macroeconomic and infrastructure systems. Expand
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Application of the inoperability input—output model (IIM) for systemic risk assessment and management of interdependent infrastructures
Our modern era is characterized by a large-scale web of interconnected and interdependent economic and infrastructure systems, coupled with threats of terrorism. This paper demonstrates the value ofExpand
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Decentralized risk management for strategic preparedness of critical infrastructure through decomposition of the inoperability input-output model
  • K. Crowther
  • Economics, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Crit. Infrastructure Prot.
  • 1 December 2008
This manuscript develops a multi-objective strategic preparedness problem that is constrained by distinctive model features of an interdependent, regional socio-economic system, and provides a rich database and modeling paradigm to support the study of regional interdependent economies. Expand
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