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Resilience properties and metrics: how far have we gone?

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Resilience is discussed among researchers and practitioners for several decades, but its definition has been questioned even recently and many methods are proposed to evaluate the resilience of systems. This paper presents a review of historic and recent research articles that define and/or propose a way to measure resilience of systems. While definitions are classified according to the ideas they focus on, different categories of metrics are described, such as quantitative or qualitative approaches. This paper points out that many metrics tend to valuate resilience similarly. In fact, they are generally built upon a specific definition. On the other hand metrics can also be really heterogeneous and do not capture the same meaning of system resilience when different definitions of resilience are considered. This paper aims at gathering and comparing metrics and definitions of resilience in order to determine the origins of the particularities and classify them according to the attributes they take into account

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hal-03626714 , version 1 (31-03-2022)

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Thomas Clédel, Nora Cuppens, Frédéric Cuppens, Romain Dagnas. Resilience properties and metrics: how far have we gone?. Journal of Surveillance, Security and Safety, 2020, ⟨10.20517/jsss.2020.08⟩. ⟨hal-03626714⟩
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