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Postprint urn:nbn:de:0011n4358591 (1.3 MByte PDF) MD5 Fingerprint: 60712a2c4fd79f4ef5a3d200dd98f138 Erstellt am: 4.4.2017 
 European journal for security research 1 (2016), Nr.1, S.2158 ISSN: 23650931 ISSN: 23641695 

 Englisch 
 Zeitschriftenaufsatz, Elektronische Publikation 
 Fraunhofer EMI () 
 resilience engineering; resilience quantification; socio technical systems; resilience optimization 
Abstract
Resilience engineering can be defined to comprise originally technical, engineering and natural science approaches to improve the resilience and sustainability of socio technical cyberphysical systems of various complexities with respect to disruptive events. It is argued how this emerging interdisciplinary technical and societal science approach may contribute to civil and societal security research. In this context, the article lists expected benefits of quantifying resilience. Along the resilience engineering definition objectives, it formulates resilience optimization or minimization problems, which can be further detailed, e.g. in terms of resilience chance optimization. The main focus is on four types of approaches to achieve resilience quantification: (1) qualitative/quantitative/analytical resilience assessment processes and frameworks, (2) probabilistic/statistical static expansion approaches, (3) resilience trajectory/propagation/dynamic approaches, and (4) complex system resilience modeling, simulation and analysis. The article comprises for each quantification option its motivation, a top level derivation as well as formal, tabular, schematic or plotwise representations, as appropriate. For each approach, a list of application examples of methods are given that could implement the resilience quantification. In particular, the article introduces the concepts and notions of resilience expansion order analysis, resilience transition matrix elements, generation of timedependent resilience response curves, indicators and distributions, resilience barrier, and resilience tunneling or equivalently resilience gap and resilience bridging, as well as resilience quantity probability density.