Managing the risk of terrorism to interdependent infrastructure systems through the dynamic inoperability input-output model

@article{Lian2006ManagingTR,
  title={Managing the risk of terrorism to interdependent infrastructure systems through the dynamic inoperability input-output model},
  author={Chenyang Lian and Yacov Y. Haimes},
  journal={Systems Engineering},
  year={2006},
  volume={9},
  pages={241-258}
}
This paper discusses the Dynamic Input–Output Inoperability Model (DIIM), which is an extension to the static Inoperability Input–Output Model (IIM). Based on Wassily Leontief’s Input–Output (I–O) model, both the IIM and the DIIM analyze how the system of interdependent sectors can be adversely affected as a result of initial perturbations to other sectors through willful attacks or natural disasters. To model the industry/sector interdependencies, the DIIM uses the national and regional… CONTINUE READING