Coupled pre-and post-disaster decisions in the context of infrastructure resilience

Michael Havbro Faber Nielsen, Diego Julian Castiblanco Rey, J. W. Baker, C. Gomez

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Pre-and post-disaster decisions made by infrastructure operators are often coupled and have significant impact on the extent of disruptions and the ability to recover. Specifically, the downtime following a disruption in infrastructure networks can be diminished (at a cost) depending on how resources are previously allocated and located. A further challenge is devising measures of the societal impact of such decisions and strategies to steer adequate risk management decisions. A stochastic programming …
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2015
Externally publishedYes

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