On the Definition of Cyber-Physical Resilience in Power Systems

@article{Arghandeh2015OnTD,
  title={On the Definition of Cyber-Physical Resilience in Power Systems},
  author={Reza Arghandeh and Alexandra von Meier and Laura Mehrmanesh and Lamine Mili},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1504.05916}
}
In recent years, advanced sensors, intelligent automation, communication networks, and information technologies have been integrated into the electric grid to enhance its performance and efficiency. Integrating these new technologies has resulted in more interconnections and interdependencies between the physical and cyber components of the grid. Natural disasters and man-made perturbations have begun to threaten grid integrity more often. Urban infrastructure networks are highly reliant on the… CONTINUE READING

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