26th Annual National Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management 2005: Organizational Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges, ASEM 2005, October 26-29, 2005, Virginia Beach, Virginia
This article describes active research in commercial maritime port's recovery from security disruptions which explores the synergy of economic and simulation models in investigating the recoverability of ports after security incidents. Previous study has identified decision variables and throughput simulation models of port operation. However, none of these models have been utilized to investigate port's recovery from a security disruption and in evaluating recoverability investments. The method of research includes analysis of recorded disruptions, identification of impediments to recovery and investment criteria for recoverability. This article provides managers insight into including security and continuity of operation in managing various types of systems.
Original Publication Citation
Pinto, C. A., & Talley, W. K. (2005). Modeling of commercial maritime port recoverability from security disruptions: Work-in-progress. 26th Annual National Conference of the American Society for Engineering Management 2005: Organizational Transformation: Opportunities and Challenges, ASEM 2005, October 26-29, 2005, Virginia Beach, Virginia (pp. 470-474). American Society for Engineering Management.
Pinto, C. Ariel and Talley, Wayne K., "Modeling of Commercial Maritime Port Recoverability from Security Disruptions: Work-in-Progress" (2005). Engineering Management & Systems Engineering Faculty Publications. 65.