The infrastructures used in cities to supply power, water and gas are consistently becoming more automated. As society depends critically on these cyber-physical infrastructures, their survivability assessment deserves more attention. In this overview, we first touch upon a taxonomy on survivability of cyber-physical infrastructures, before we focus on three classes of infrastructures (gas, water and electricity) and discuss recent modelling and evaluation approaches and challenges.
A. A. Avritzer and L. Carnevali and H. Ghasemieh and L. Happe and B. R. Haverkort and A. Koziolek and D. S. Menasche and A. Remke and S. Sedigh and E. Vicario, "Survivability Evaluation of Gas, Water and Electricity Infrastructures," Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, vol. 310, pp. 5-25, Elsevier, Jan 2015.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.entcs.2014.12.010
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Critical Infrastructures; Embedded Systems; Water Supply Systems; Cyber Physical Systems (CPSs); Gas Distribution Network; Hybrid Model; Smart Grid; Survivability; Water Distribution Networks; Water Distribution Systems; Gas Distribution Networks; Hybrid Models; Smart Grids
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