By Roberto Setola, Vittorio Rosato, Elias Kyriakides, Erich Rome
This booklet is open entry less than a CC via 4.0 license.
This e-book summarizes paintings being pursued within the context of the CIPRNet (Critical Infrastructure Preparedness and Resilience learn community) study venture, co-funded by means of the ecu Union below the 7th Framework Programme (FP7). The undertaking is meant to supply concrete and on-going aid to the serious Infrastructure security (CIP) study groups, bettering their preparedness for CI-related emergencies, whereas additionally supplying services and applied sciences for different stakeholders to advertise their realizing and mitigation of the implications of CI disruptions, resulting in improved resilience. The booklet collects the educational fabric built by way of the authors for numerous classes at the modelling, simulation and research of CIs, representing huge and built-in CIP services. it is going to support CI stakeholders, CI operators and civil safety professionals comprehend the complicated method of CIs, and support them adapt to those adjustments and threats with a purpose to be as ready as attainable for mitigating emergencies and crises affecting or bobbing up from CIs.
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