Guide to Disaster-Resilient Communication Networks

  • 16h 41m
  • Dr. David Hutchison, Dr. hab. Jacek Rak
  • Springer
  • 2020

This authoritative volume presents a comprehensive guide to the evaluation and design of networked systems with improved disaster resilience. The text offers enlightening perspectives on issues relating to all major failure scenarios, including natural disasters, disruptions caused by adverse weather conditions, massive technology-related failures, and malicious human activities.

Topics and features: describes methods and models for the analysis and evaluation of disaster-resilient communication networks; examines techniques for the design and enhancement of disaster-resilient systems; provides a range of schemes and algorithms for resilient systems; reviews various advanced topics relating to resilient communication systems; presents insights from an international selection of more than 100 expert researchers working across the academic, industrial, and governmental sectors.

This practically-focused monograph, providing invaluable support on topics of resilient networking equipment and software, is an essential reference for network professionals including network and networked systems operators, networking equipment vendors, providers of essential services, and regulators. The work can also serve as a supplementary textbook for graduate and PhD courses on networked systems resilience.

About the Authors

Dr. hab. Jacek Rak is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Communications at Gdansk University of Technology, Poland. His other publications include the Springer title Resilient Routing in Communication Networks.

Dr. David Hutchison is a Distinguished Professor in the School of Computing and Communications at Lancaster University, UK.

In this Book

  • Fundamentals of Communication Networks Resilience to Disasters and Massive Disruptions
  • Functional Metrics to Evaluate Network Vulnerability to Disasters
  • Vulnerability Evaluation of Networks to Multiple Failures Based on Critical Nodes and Links
  • How to Model and Enumerate Geographically Correlated Failure Events in Communication Networks
  • Comparing Destructive Strategies for Attacking Networks
  • Modelling of Software Failures
  • Improving the Survivability of Carrier Networks to Large-Scale Disasters
  • Security-Aware Carrier Network Planning
  • Secure and Resilient Communications in the Industrial Internet
  • Reliable Control and Data Planes for Softwarized Networks
  • Emergency Networks for Post-Disaster Scenarios
  • Quality-Driven Schemes Enhancing Resilience of Wireless Networks under Weather Disruptions
  • Free Space Optics System Reliability in the Presence of Weather-Induced Disruptions
  • Alert-Based Network Reconfiguration and Data Evacuation
  • Resilient Techniques Against Disruptions of Volatile Cloud Resources
  • Structural Methods to Improve the Robustness of Anycast Communications to Large-Scale Failures
  • Fundamental Schemes to Determine Disjoint Paths for Multiple Failure Scenarios
  • Taxonomy of Schemes for Resilient Routing
  • Disaster-Resilient Routing Schemes for Regional Failures
  • Resilient SDN-Based Routing Against Rain Disruptions for Wireless Networks
  • Optimization of Wireless Networks for Resilience to Adverse Weather Conditions
  • Enhancing Availability for Critical Services
  • Detection of Attacks and Attack-Survivable Routing in Carrier Networks
  • Routing in Post-Disaster Scenarios
  • Resilient SDN, CDN and ICN Technology and Solutions
  • Scalable and Collaborative Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems Based on SDN and NFV
  • Resilient NFV Technology and Solutions
  • Resilience of 5G Mobile Communication Systems to Massive Disruptions
  • Design of Resilient Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Systems
  • Reliability Models for Multi-Objective Design Problems
  • Analyzing Disaster-Induced Cascading Effects in Hybrid Critical Infrastructures—A Practical Approach
  • Human and Organizational Issues for Resilient Communications
  • Summary of the Book