Disaster resilience of civil infrastructure systems is essential to security and economic stability of communities. The novel compositional demand/supply resilience framework named Re-CoDeS (Resilience-Compositional Demand/Supply) generalizes the concept of disaster resilience across the spectrum of civil infrastructure systems by accounting not only for the ability of the civil infrastructure system to supply its service to the community, but also for the community demand for such service in the aftermath of a disaster. A Lack of Resilience is consequently observed when the demand for service cannot be fully supplied. Normalized resilience measures are proposed to allow for direct comparisons between different civil infrastructure systems at component and system levels. A scheme is introduced to classify component and system configurations with respect to their resilience. In addition to quantify the resilience of civil infrastructure systems, Re-CoDeS can be used to evaluate or design community risk mitigation strategies and to optimize post-disaster recovery.

A compositional demand/supply framework to quantify the resilience of civil infrastructure systems (Re-CoDeS) / Didier, M.; Broccardo, M.; Esposito, S.; Stojadinovic, B.. - In: SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE. - ISSN 2378-9689. - 2018, 3:2(2018), pp. 86-102. [10.1080/23789689.2017.1364560]

A compositional demand/supply framework to quantify the resilience of civil infrastructure systems (Re-CoDeS)

Broccardo M.;
2018

Abstract

Disaster resilience of civil infrastructure systems is essential to security and economic stability of communities. The novel compositional demand/supply resilience framework named Re-CoDeS (Resilience-Compositional Demand/Supply) generalizes the concept of disaster resilience across the spectrum of civil infrastructure systems by accounting not only for the ability of the civil infrastructure system to supply its service to the community, but also for the community demand for such service in the aftermath of a disaster. A Lack of Resilience is consequently observed when the demand for service cannot be fully supplied. Normalized resilience measures are proposed to allow for direct comparisons between different civil infrastructure systems at component and system levels. A scheme is introduced to classify component and system configurations with respect to their resilience. In addition to quantify the resilience of civil infrastructure systems, Re-CoDeS can be used to evaluate or design community risk mitigation strategies and to optimize post-disaster recovery.
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Didier, M.; Broccardo, M.; Esposito, S.; Stojadinovic, B.
A compositional demand/supply framework to quantify the resilience of civil infrastructure systems (Re-CoDeS) / Didier, M.; Broccardo, M.; Esposito, S.; Stojadinovic, B.. - In: SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE. - ISSN 2378-9689. - 2018, 3:2(2018), pp. 86-102. [10.1080/23789689.2017.1364560]
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