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Title
How resilient are our societies? Analyses, models, and preliminary results
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Abstract
Traditional social organizations such as those for the management of healthcare and civil defense are the result of designs and realizations that matched well with an operational context considerably different from the one we are experiencing today: A simpler world, characterized by a greater amount of resources to match less users producing lower peaks of requests. The new context reveals all the fragility of our societies: unmanageability is just around the corner unless we do not complement the "old recipes" with smarter forms of social organization. Here we analyze this problem and propose a refinement to our fractal social organizations as a model for resilient cyber-physical societies. Evidence to our claims is provided by simulating our model in terms of multi-agent systems.
Language
English
Source (journal)
PROCEEDINGS OF 2015 THIRD IEEE WORLD CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX SYSTEMS (WCCS)
Source (book)
3rd IEEE World Conference on Complex Systems (WCCS), NOV 23-25, 2015, Marrakech, MOROCCO
Publication
New york : Ieee , 2015
ISBN
978-1-4673-9669-1
Volume/pages
(2015) , 8 p.
ISI
000399131300060
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Last edited 24.08.2021
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