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|Title:||Exploiting Fuzzy Cognitive Maps in Resiliency related Management Decisions|
|Authors:||WARD DAVID; TRUCCO Paolo|
|Publisher:||ASERS Publishing House|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Operational resilience refers to the ability of an organization and its management to prevent disruptions from occurring as well as the aptitude to react quickly to and recover from a disruption of primary business and relative processes. Such scenarios pertain to human-centric collaborative commerce systems. The playing field thus encompasses complex socio-technical-economical systems, risk-crisis management and expert judgments in multi-actor and multi-criteria fuzzy decision making circumstances. Fuzzy cognitive mapping lends itself particularly well to these circumstances and has already been successfully investigated in a wide range of applications, from ecological system modeling to knowledge processing. Operational resilience and business continuity management are a further two ideal applications for FCMs (Fuzzy Cognitive Maps) and are proposed and discussed in detail in this Chapter.|
|JRC Directorate:||Space, Security and Migration|
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