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A topology is given by [[connection]]s between [[component]]s of a [[CI model]].
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{{definition|The necessary data about the connectivity of the different Transmission System or Distribution Network elements in a substation. It includes the electrical configuration and the position of circuit breakers and isolators. <ref name="ENTSO-E">[https://emr.entsoe.eu/glossary/bin/view/GlossaryCode/GlossaryIndex ENTSO-E Glossary of Terms]</ref>}}
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{{quote-ciprnet|A topology is given by connections between components of a [[Critical Infrastructure]] [[model]]. }}<br/>
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A topology is given by [[connection]]s between [[component]]s of a [[CI Model]].}}
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{{definition|''Network'' topology: The specific physical, i.e., real, or logical, i.e., virtual, arrangement of the elements of a network. <ref name=Egypt>[http://old.tra.gov.eg/glossary/n.pdf Glossary of the National Telecom Authority (NTA),  Egypt]</ref>}}Note: Two networks have the same topology if the connection configuration is the same, although the networks may differ in physical interconnections, distances between nodes, transmission rates, and/or signal types. <br /><br/>
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Latest revision as of 23:31, 27 June 2019


Definitions

European Definitions

ENTSO-E
The necessary data about the connectivity of the different Transmission System or Distribution Network elements in a substation. It includes the electrical configuration and the position of circuit breakers and isolators. [1]


European Project Definitions

CIPRNet project

The CIPRNet project [2] uses the following definition:

A topology is given by connections between components of a Critical Infrastructure model.


DIESIS project

The DIESIS project [3] gives the following definition:

A topology is given by connections between components of a CI Model.


National Definitions

Egypt

Network topology: The specific physical, i.e., real, or logical, i.e., virtual, arrangement of the elements of a network. [4]

Note: Two networks have the same topology if the connection configuration is the same, although the networks may differ in physical interconnections, distances between nodes, transmission rates, and/or signal types.

Discussion Topic

See also

Notes

References