Computational Models Of Risks To Infrastructure (Nato Science For Peace And Security Series: Information And Communication Security) D. Skanata

ISBN: 9781586037666

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Computational Models Of Risks To Infrastructure (Nato Science For Peace And Security Series: Information And Communication Security)  by  D. Skanata

Computational Models Of Risks To Infrastructure (Nato Science For Peace And Security Series: Information And Communication Security) by D. Skanata
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This work presents papers from the May 2006 Advanced Research Workshop on modeling and infrastructure risk, co-sponsored by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the US Society for Risk Analysis, and Enconet International Zagreb. The workshop concentrated on different methodologies and applications in complex, simulation, distributional, and deterministic models. Some specific topics discussed include modeling approaches for critical infrastructure protection, computational models for the simulation of evacuations following infrastructure failures and terrorist incidents, Bayesian belief nets for discrete and continuous variables, and fuzzy modeling for uncertainty propagation and risk quantification in environmental water systems.

Skanata is affiliated with Enconet International, Ltd., in Zagreb, Croatia.



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