Multi-layered network survivability-models, analysis, architecture, framework and implementation: an overview

D. Medhi, D. Tipper
Proceedings DARPA Information Survivability Conference and Exposition. DISCEX'00  
A major attack can significantly reduce the capability to deliver services in large-scale networked information systems. In this project, we have addressed the survivability of large scale heterogeneous information systems which consist of various services provided over multiple interconnected networks with different technologies. The communications network portions of such systems are referred to as multi-networks. We specifically address the issue of survivability due to physical attacks that
more » ... ysical attacks that destroy links and nodes in multi-networks. The end goal is to support critical services in the face of a major attack by making optimum use of network resources while minimizing network congestion. This is an area which is little studied, especially for largescale heterogeneous systems. In this paper, we present an overview of our contributions in this area.
doi:10.1109/discex.2000.824977 fatcat:x6itoleyirhpfixjuidubcsf3e