Critical Infrastructures, Key Resources, Key Assets: Risk, Vulnerability, Resilience, Fragility, and Perception Governance
This textbook offers research-based models and tools for diagnosing and predicting the behavior of complex techno-socio-economic systems in the domain of critical infrastructures, key resources, key assets and the open bazaar of space, undersea, and below-ground systems. These models exemplify emblematic models in physics, within which the critical infrastructures, as well as society itself and its paraphernalia, share the profile of many-body systems featuring cooperative phenomena and phase transitions – the latter usually felt as disruptive occurrences. The book and its models focus on the analytics of real-life-business actors, including policy-makers, financiers and insurers, industry managers, and emergency responders. [From Amazon.com]
Complex systems, Infrastructures (Economics), Resources, Systems of systems
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Economics | Operational Research | Risk Analysis
Gheorghe, Adrian V.; Vamanu, Dan V.; Katina, Polinpapilinho F.; and Pulfer, Poland, "Critical Infrastructures, Key Resources, Key Assets: Risk, Vulnerability, Resilience, Fragility, and Perception Governance" (2018). Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Faculty Books. 9.