Modelling relational aspects of critical infrastructure systems
Pye, Graeme and Warren, Matthew 2011, Modelling relational aspects of critical infrastructure systems, in ECIW 2011 : Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on Information Warfare and Security, Academic Conference Limited, Reading, England, pp. 202-210.
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The relational aspects for critical infrastructure systems are not readily quantifiable as there are numerous variability’s and system dynamics that lack uniformity and are difficult to quantify. Notwithstanding this, there is a large body of existing research that is founded in the area of quantitative analysis of critical infrastructure networks, their system relationships and the resilience of these networks. However, the focus of this research is to investigate the aspect of taking a different, more generalised and holistic system perspective approach. This is to suggest that that through applying network theory and taking a ‘soft’ system-like modelling approach that this offers an alternative approach to viewing and modelling critical infrastructure system relational aspects that warrants further enquiry.
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