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100 1  Makhutov, N.A 
245 10 Comparative Analysis of Technological and Intelligent 
       Terrorism Impacts on Complex Technical Systems 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bIOS Press,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (204 pages) 
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490 1  NATO Science for Peace and Security Series - E: Human and 
       Societal Dynamics 
       -- Contents -- Comparative Methods For The Assessment Of 
       Threats Of Terrorist and Unauthorized Actions -- Risk 
       evaluation of threats to critical infrastructure -- 
       Information Support to the Three Component Dynamic Model 
       Development for Terrorist Risk Analysis -- Controlling 
       security risks with the MMO method -- Technological and 
       Intelligent Terrorism: Specific Features and Assessment 
       Approaches -- Regional Resilience and Security for 
       Critical Infrastructure -- Technical Approaches To Supply 
       Sea And Off-Shore Oil And Gas Objects Protection From 
       Illegal Actions -- Management for Security Processes -- 
       Individual life safety risk criteria -- Principles for 
       creating of monitoring, diagnostics and protection systems
       in the view of potential terrorist attacks -- Methodology 
       for Investigation and Provision of Reliability and Safety 
       of Complex Technical Systems -- Vulnerability Assessment 
       of Complex Civil Works Systems Using Expert-Opinion 
       Elicitation -- Prevention and Liquidation of Emergency 
       Situations of Man-made Character -- Maritime Terrorism -- 
       Incorporation of Manmade Risk Components into General Risk
       Management Systems for Dams -- Innovative Aspects Of 
       Organizational Behaviour In Interests of Counterterrorism 
       On Complex Technical Systems -- Safety & Security 
       Assessment to Prevent Terrorism Attack in Radioactive 
       Waste Facilities in Albania -- Stability of Social System 
       under Terrorist Impacts -- Uncertain System Management: 
       The Redundancy as a Risk Mitigation Tool in Societal 
       Technological Systems -- Societal life safety risk 
       criteria -- Antiterrorism Protection and Protective 
       Engineering Design -- Subject Index -- Author Index 
520    Insider knowledge about a complex technical system, 
       coupled with access to its elements, has the potential to 
       be used for triggering the most disastrous of terrorist 
       attacks. Technological terrorism is the unauthorized 
       impact on a complex technical system with the intention of
       breaking down its protection and initiating secondary 
       catastrophic processes to cause damage and loss outside 
       the facility. Intelligent terrorism, on the other hand, is
       the unauthorized purposeful interference in the processes 
       of design, construction or maintenance of a complex 
       technical system, and is either aimed at increasing 
       existing vulnerabilities or creating new ones. This book 
       is based on the NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) on 
       'Comparative Analysis of Technological and Intelligence 
       Terrorism Impacts on Complex Technical Systems'.  It  lays
       the foundation for a risk-informed approach to modeling, 
       analyzing, managing and controlling complex technical 
       systems in the face of terrorist attacks. To formulate 
       such an approach, it is necessary to combine the insights 
       of a spectrum of disciplines across engineering, human and
       social sciences, and economics. The book explains how an 
       understanding of the vulnerabilities of complex technical 
       systems to terrorist attack can reduce these 
       vulnerabilities and contain or limit the impact of 
       terrorism, and also the way in which such an understanding
       is crucial to the development of a set of design criteria 
       and codes which will take such vulnerabilities into 
       account. The book also identifies areas of further 
       research and opportunities for future exchange and 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
650  0 Systems on a chip -- Design and construction.;Modularity 
       (Engineering);System design 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Baecher, G.B 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aMakhutov, N.A.|tComparative Analysis of 
       Technological and Intelligent Terrorism Impacts on Complex
       Technical Systems|dAmsterdam : IOS Press,c2012
830  0 NATO Science for Peace and Security Series - E: Human and 
       Societal Dynamics 
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