Vulnerability Metrics for the Airspace System

@inproceedings{Roy2017VulnerabilityMF,
  title={Vulnerability Metrics for the Airspace System},
  author={Sandip Roy and Mengran Xue},
  year={2017}
}
Simple topological vulnerability metrics are defined for the air transportation system, that are meant to reflect the impact levels of potential disruptions including severe weather and man-made threats (e.g., cyber attacks). Specifically, a flowvulnerability metric is defined using the Laplacian matrix of the air traffic network’s graph. In turn, event and total vulnerability metrics are posited. The main focus of this study is to evaluate and parameterize these metrics using simulations of… CONTINUE READING

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