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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Anxiety of decision, fear of the future, perception of risk and what lies ahead for Critical Infrastructure ProtectionLAZARI ALESSANDRO; WARD DAVIDArticles in Journals
2011Assessing supply chain dependency on critical infrastructures using fuzzy cognitive mapsSCHUPP Bastiaan; FERRARI MARCO; WARD DAVID; NORDVIK Jean Pierre; TRUCCO PaoloArticles in Journals
2011A Clustering approach to the Operational Resilience analysis of Key Resource Supply Chains (KRSC): the case of Fast Moving Consumer GoodsWARD DAVID; TRUCCO PaoloContributions to Conferences
2013European Reference Network for Critical Infrastructure ProtectionLEWIS Adam; KOURTI Naouma; WARD DAVID; CYRA LUKASZArticles in Journals
2011Exploiting Fuzzy Cognitive Maps in Resiliency related Management DecisionsWARD DAVID; TRUCCO PaoloArticles in books
2012Interdependencies and economic assessment of critical infrastructures in the EU: A combined system engineering and economic modelJONKEREN OLAF ERIK; WARD DAVID; DORNEANU BOGDAN; GIANNOPOULOS GeorgiosContributions to Conferences
2010A Kernel View of Critical Infrastructure ModelingWARD DAVID; MATUZIENE VAIDAArticles in Journals
2011Le 6 Dimensioni che Caratterizzano lo Stato di Protezione delle Infrastrutture CriticheWARD DAVIDArticles in Journals
2010A Preamble to Critical Infrastructure ModelingWARD DAVIDArticles in Journals
2012Regional economic assessment of Critical Infrastructure failure in the EU: A combined systems engineering and economic modelJONKEREN OLAF ERIK; DORNEANU BOGDAN; WARD DAVID; GIANNOPOULOS GeorgiosContributions to Conferences
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