Developing an inventory-based prioritization methodology for assessing inoperability and economic loss in interdependent sectors

@article{Resurreccion2011DevelopingAI,
  title={Developing an inventory-based prioritization methodology for assessing inoperability and economic loss in interdependent sectors},
  author={Joanna Resurreccion and Joost R. Santos},
  journal={2011 IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium},
  year={2011},
  pages={176-181}
}
Natural and man-caused disasters disrupt the production of commodities and services that are essential to the functions of infrastructure and economic sectors. The intrinsic interdependencies among these sectors trigger the propagation of disaster consequences that often result in a wider range of inoperability and amplified losses. This paper evaluates the impact of using inventory-enhanced policies on the recovery behavior among disrupted interdependent sectors. A dynamic inoperability input… CONTINUE READING
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