Restoration of Service Problems

Restoration of Service Problems

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In the application to infrastructure systems, models and algorithms are exercised by a realistic data set. Using data provided by the respective system managers, a realistic representation of the power, communications and subway systems of a large portion of Manhattan was developed. A disruption with effects similar to the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center was proposed. Disrupted infrastructure systems are modeled as ILN. They are solved for the best restoration plan that considers interdependencies, the limit of resource and assignment and scheduling cost.This is an example of restoring the telecom service after a natural disaster. Facing the same disruption, a company with a better response will surpass its competitors. It can be illustrated by the respective responses of Nokia and Ericsson to theanbsp;...

Title:Restoration of Service Problems
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008

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