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Resilience Engineering

Concepts And Precepts

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Published by Ashgate Pub Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ergonomics,
  • Industrial relations & safety,
  • Reliability engineering,
  • System analysis,
  • Engineering - General,
  • Technology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Decision making,
  • Reliability (Engineering)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsErik Hollnagel (Editor), David D. Woods (Editor), Nancy Leveson (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages397
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7991090M
    ISBN 100754649040
    ISBN 109780754649045

    nothing really. it just sounds like trying to make products work better, or to have redundancy in systems, or something. if it is a real term, it is specific to.. well wait, here it is Resilience Engineering Origins ‘Resilience’ is a term that. Infrastructure Resilience Publications (IRP) are the primary outlet of the Infrastructure Resilience Division for resilience-related knowledge transfer. IRPs reflect the broad variety of resilience activities, ranging from proceedings of a specialty conference or annual Infrastructure Resilience Division Congress to post-event investigations, guidelines, and special reports prepared by.

    For Resilience Engineering, 'failure' is the result of the adaptations necessary to cope with the complexity of the real world, rather than a breakdown or malfunction. The performance of individuals and organizations must continually adjust to current conditions and, because resources and time are finite, such adjustments are always approximate. Infrastructure Resilience Books & Standards. Technical publications are available in many formats including print books, electronic books, and CD-ROMs. We want to be in the leading industry publications for engineering professionals and it’s clear .

    Since he works at the Fraunhofer Ernst-Mach-Institute (EMI), Germany; currently as deputy head of the department Safety Technologies and Protective Structures, head of the group Resilience Engineering and as senior scientist for the Safety and Efficiency Analysis group, the Reliable Systems group and the Hazard and Risk Analysis : Springer Singapore. Resilience engineering depends on four abilities: the ability a) to respond to what happens, b) to monitor critical developments, c) to anticipate future threats and opportunities, and d) .


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Resilience Engineering can be defined as the capability of systems and organisations to anticipate and adapt to the potential for surprise and failure.

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The University of Delaware’s Nii Attoh-Okine recently published a new book with Cambridge University Press, Resilience Engineering: Models and Analysis. “Although there are many definitions of resilience engineering, the book focuses on resilience as the potential for a system to maintain its structure and form in the presence of external events,” says Attoh-Okine.

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