Difference between revisions of "CI Model"

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<big>For a network-like [[CI]], the network topology part of the [[model]] consists of [[component]]s and [[connection]]s between them.</big>
 
<big>For a network-like [[CI]], the network topology part of the [[model]] consists of [[component]]s and [[connection]]s between them.</big>
  
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Revision as of 12:43, 22 December 2016


Definitions

European Project Definitions

CIPRNet project

The CIPRNet project [1] uses the following definition:

A CI model is a particular conceptual model for representing and simulating the behaviour of a critical infrastructure.

DIESIS project

The DIESIS project [2] gives the following definition:

A CI model is a particular conceptual model for representing and simulating the behaviour of a critical infrastructure.


For a network-like CI, the network topology part of the model consists of components and connections between them.


Discussion Topic

See also

Notes

References