Michelle S. Dojutrek

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The security of any transportation infrastructure can be defined as a combination of threat likelihood, infrastructure resilience, and consequence. In view of their inherently dynamic and highly unpredictable nature, threat likelihood and consequence data is difficult to determine with certainty. Due to this problem, this paper presents a new fuzzy(More)
Dojutrek, Michelle Sophie. Ph.D., Purdue University, December 2014. A Stochastic Multi-Criteria Assessment of Security of Transportation Assets. Major Professor: Dr. Samuel Labi. Transportation project evaluation and prioritization use traditional performance measures including travel time, safety, user costs, economic efficiency, and environmental quality.(More)
Transportation project prioritization uses performance measures that are related to the transportation asset, its operations, and its environment. However, in the state of practice, evaluation does not consider directly the likelihood of natural or man-made threats, the infrastructure resilience, or the consequences of the infrastructure damage in the event(More)
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