On some recent definitions and analysis frameworks for risk, vulnerability, and resilience.

@article{Aven2011OnSR,
  title={On some recent definitions and analysis frameworks for risk, vulnerability, and resilience.},
  author={Terje Aven},
  journal={Risk analysis : an official publication of the Society for Risk Analysis},
  year={2011},
  volume={31 4},
  pages={
          515-22
        }
}
Recently, considerable attention has been paid to a systems-based approach to risk, vulnerability, and resilience analysis. It is argued that risk, vulnerability, and resilience are inherently and fundamentally functions of the states of the system and its environment. Vulnerability is defined as the manifestation of the inherent states of the system that can be subjected to a natural hazard or be exploited to adversely affect that system, whereas resilience is defined as the ability of the… CONTINUE READING
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