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Flow-Based Vulnerability Measures for Network Component Importance: Experimentation with Preparedness Planning

A new resilience paper “Flow-Based Vulnerability Measures for Network Component Importance: Experimentation with Preparedness Planning” authored by Charles Nicholson, Kash Barker, and Jose Ramirez-Marquez and has been accepted for publication in Reliability Engineering & System Safety.   This work develops and compares several flow-based vulnerability me asures to prioritize important network edges for the implementation… Read More »

NSF funded project, “Resilience Analytics: A Data-Driven Approach for Enhanced Interdependent Network Resilience”

Infrastructure must outsmart disruptions to continue delivery of essential goods and services. To this end, NSF-funded 12 CRISP projects in FY 2015 including $2.2 million to support Resilience Analytics: A Data-Driven Approach for Enhanced Interdependent Network Resilience. Kash Barker of the University of Oklahoma (OU) will lead the project, in partnership with Charles Nicholson of OU, James… Read More »