Identification and Classification of Restoration Interdependencies in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy

@inproceedings{Sharkey2016IdentificationAC,
  title={Identification and Classification of Restoration Interdependencies in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy},
  author={Thomas C. Sharkey and Sarah G. Nurre and Huy Nguyen and J. H. Chow and John E. Mitchell and William A. Wallace},
  year={2016}
}
This paper introduces the new concept of restoration interdependencies that exist among infrastructures during their restoration efforts after an extreme event. Restoration interdependencies occur whenever a restoration task in one infrastructure is impacted by a restoration task, or lack thereof, in another infrastructure. This work identifies examples of observed restoration interdependencies during the restoration efforts after Hurricane Sandy as reported by major newspapers in the affected… CONTINUE READING

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