Extensive resilience analysis of function models of complex systems

Guillouët Y, Keszöcze O, Sill Torres F (2021)

Publication Language: English

Publication Type: Conference contribution, Original article

Publication year: 2021

Event location: Washington, DC US

DOI: 10.1109/rws52686.2021.9611802


The knowledge about the responses to hazardous
events is of importance throughout the whole life cycle of a
complex system, regardless whether during design or operation
phases. These responses also allow to draw conclusions about
the resilience of the system. Consequently, there is a need for an
extensive consideration of all possible hazardous events a system
can be exposed to. This work presents a method for determining
the hazards with the most critical system response in terms of
resilience. Therefore, we introduce a method for modeling failure
propagation under consideration of dynamic behavior in function
models. This method is then extended for assessing resilience for
random hazard scenarios. Finally, we propose two solutions for
determining the most critical hazard scenarios, and thus, provide
a base for improvements of the system.

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Guillouët, Y., Keszöcze, O., & Sill Torres, F. (2021). Extensive resilience analysis of function models of complex systems. In Proceedings of the Resilience Week. Washington, DC, US.


Guillouët, Yann, Oliver Keszöcze, and Frank Sill Torres. "Extensive resilience analysis of function models of complex systems." Proceedings of the Resilience Week, Washington, DC 2021.

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