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|Title:||Modeling interdependencies in multi-sectoral Critical Infrastructure systems: evolving the DMCI approach|
|Authors:||GALBUSERA LUCA; TRUCCO PAOLO; GIANNOPOULOS GEORGIOS|
|Citation:||RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY vol. 203 p. 107072|
|Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCI LTD|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The adequate functioning of critical infrastructure systems is crucial in sustaining the continuous development of society and economy. Expanding our understanding and the assessment capacity of their interdependencies and vul- nerabilities is nowadays a priority to enhance resilience at the system-of-systems level. This paper proposes an evolved version of the DMCI (Dynamic functional Modelling of vulnerability and interoperability of Critical Infrastructure systems) formalism proposed in  to foster its modeling capabilities of interdependencies and vulnerability of multi- sectoral infrastructures, as well as to enable the identification and analysis of complex cascading effects. The proposed model addresses the needs of policy makers and critical infrastructures regulators who require sector agnostic models adaptable at different levels of granularity allowing for the estimation of infrastructures’ service delivery capability during disruptive events.|
|JRC Directorate:||Space, Security and Migration|
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