Resilience Corner: Think of Resilience as a Verb, not a Noun
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A resilience engineering approach to integrating human and socio-technical system capacities and processes for national infrastructure resilience Thomas, John E.; Eisenberg, Daniel A.; Seager, Thomas P.; Fisher, Erik (DeGruyter, 2019);Despite Federal directives calling for an integrated approach to strengthening the resilience of critical infras- tructure systems, little is known about the relationship between human behavior and infrastructure resilience. ...
Monier, Jerry T., Jr. (Monterey California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2013-03);The term resilience is frequently used in the context of homeland security. The definition continues to emerge within the evolving homeland security enterprise. The purpose of this thesis is to clarify the concept of ...
Burt, Christopher S.; Barr, Ian E. (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2015-12);The purpose of this study is to develop a better understanding of resilience in U.S. Navy recruits as they go through basic training. We seek to examine factors that contribute to higher or lower levels of resiliency. This ...