End to End Linkage Structure for Integrated Impact Assessment of Infrastructure Networks Under Natural Hazards (2017)
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MOTIVATION This project is FP6 QuakeCoRE funded project with an aim to develop a linkage structure framework to link various models necessary for the estimation of geospatial hazard intensities, infrastructure component performance, network performance, interdependencies, and socio-economic metrics by achieving the following research objectives: (i) inflow and outflow parameters between various models used within ‘end to end’ impact assessment of infrastructure networks; (ii) characteristics of exogenous (independent) parameters into each model and the commonality and their consistency; (iii) characteristics of the structure, metadata and software platforms used in each model
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