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Modern society is critically dependent on the services provided by engineered infrastructure networks. When natural disasters (e.g. Hurricane Sandy) occur, the ability of these networks to provide service is often degraded because of physical damage to network components. One of the most critical of these networks is electric power, with medium voltage distribution circuits often suffering the most severe damage. However, well-placed upgrades to these distribution grids can greatly improvearXiv:1409.4477v1 fatcat:m4hwxu3oovfuzpnh6opbyzzvsi