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Resilience in the Digital Age

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Beschreibung

The growth of a global digital economy has enabled rapid communication, instantaneous movement of funds, and availability of vast amounts of information. With this come challenges such as the vulnerability of digitalized sociotechnological systems (STSs) to destructive events (earthquakes, disease events, terrorist attacks). Similar issues arise for disruptions to complex linked natural and social systems (from changing climates, evolving urban environments, etc.). This book explores new approaches to the resilience of sociotechnological and natural-social systems in a digital world of big data, extraordinary computing capacity, and rapidly developing methods of Artificial Intelligence.

Most of the book's papers were presented at the Workshop on Big Data and Systems Analysis held at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in Laxenburg, Austria in February, 2020. Their authors are associated with the Task Group Advanced mathematical tools for data-driven applied systems analysis created and sponsored by CODATA in November, 2018.

The world-wide COVID-19 pandemic illustrates the vulnerability of our healthcare systems, supply chains, and social infrastructure, and confronts our notions of what makes a system resilient. We have found that use of AI tools can lead to problems when unexpected events occur. On the other hand, the vast amounts of data available from sensors, satellite images, social media, etc. can also be used to make modern systems more resilient.

Papers in the book explore disruptions of complex networks and algorithms that minimize departure from a previous state after a disruption; introduce a multigrammatical framework for the technological and resource bases of today's large-scale industrial systems and the transformations resulting from disruptive events; and explain how robotics can enhance pre-emptive measures or post-disaster responses to increase resiliency. Other papers explore current directions in data processing and handling and principles of FAIRness in data; how the availability of large amounts of data can aid in the development of resilient STSs and challenges to overcome in doing so. The book also addresses interactions between humans and built environments, focusing on how AI can inform today's smart and connected buildings and make them resilient, and how AI tools can increase resilience to misinformation and its dissemination.




Contains new theoretical and applied results and surveys in the area of resilience of digitized STSs

Explains how robotics can enhance pre-emptive measures to increase resilience

Contributions by well-known experts in the field



Inhalt
Resilience of SocioTechnological Systems.- Resilience Algorithms in Complex Networks.- Application of the Multigrammatical Framework to the Assessment of Sustainability and Recoverability of Large Scale Industrial Systems.- Vulnerability Assessment of Digitized Socio-Technological Systems via Entropy Two-stage Nonsmooth Stochastic Optimization And Iterative Stochastic Quasigradient Procedure for Robust Estimation, Machine Learning and Decision Making.- Robotic Deployments for Disaster Response.- Data Science and Resilience.- Big Data and FAIR Data for Data Science.- Data Science and Resilience.- Building Resilience into Metadata-based ETL Process Using Open Source Big Data Technologies.- Applications.- Democratizing Human-Building Simulation and Analytics.- The Adequacy of Artificial Intelligence Tools to Combat Misinformation.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Resilience in the Digital Age
Editor:
EAN: 9783030703691
ISBN: 303070369X
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer International Publishing
Anzahl Seiten: 212
Gewicht: 330g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T11mm
Jahr: 2021
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 1st ed. 2021

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