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Disaster Prevention and Resilience
Critical infrastructure such as the transportation, power generation, water supply, telecommunications, security and health services/systems, etc. are essential for providing a reliable flow of goods and services, crucial to the functioning of the economy and society. These infrastructures are closely linked and dependent on one another, and these interdependencies need to be modelled in order to analyse the disruptions and vulnerabilities of critical infrastructure networks as a whole. Withdoi:10.20517/dpr.2021.05 fatcat:druzzfi4zrg43c3c547xbwc5gq