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Network interdiction models

Robert L. Steinrauf

Network interdiction models

by Robert L. Steinrauf

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


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ContributionsWood, R. Kevin
The Physical Object
Pagination58 p. ;
Number of Pages58
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Open LibraryOL25479615M

Network Interdiction Models by Robert L. Steinrauf Captain, United States Army B.S., United States Military Academy Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH from the NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Septermber   The first part of this chapter emphasizes interdiction foundations, applications, and emerging research areas. The links between this field and business competition models are then developed, followed by a comparison of interdiction research with parallel developments in robust optimization and survivable network design.

Network interdiction refers to disrupting a network in an attempt to either analyze the network’s Further, in all these network models it is ensured that the network is connected. In other words, a path exists between every node iand any other node j6= i. B. Flow model At an epoch t, any node can be a source node, i.e., it has information. In this chapter we will consistently refer to the two competing players as User and Breaker, rather than player 1 and player 2. Depending on the model, either player may be the maximizer. The models in Sect. are maxmin formulations where Breaker’s actions are known to User.

B. NETWORKS AND INTERDICTION 3 1. Description of a Network 3 2. Network Maximum Flow Models 3 3. The Network Interdiction Problem 5 4. Basic Network Interdiction Model 6 5. Undirected Arcs and Interdictable Nodes 7 C. LITERATURE SEARCH 9 1. Previous Work 9 D. PROPOSED MODELS AND SOLUTION TECHNIQUES 11 1. The Cisco hierarchical (three-layer) internetworking model is an industry wide adopted model for designing a reliable, scalable, and cost-efficient internetwork. In this section, you will learn about the access, distribution, and core layers and their role in the hierarchical network model. Enterprise Network Campus Design ().


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Prof. Will Traves Network Interdiction Page 2 of 12 MODELING NETWORK FLOW We model a power grid using a network (N,A), consisting of a set N of nodes and a set A of directed arcs.

For instance, each node might represent one of three sites: a source, a location where power is. We first consider how existing network interdiction models can be utilized to optimize defense resource allocation for CPS security at the strategic level.

Abusorrah, Alabdulwahab, Li, and Shahidehpour () consider load redistribution attacks in a smart electric grid (Yuan, Li, & Ren, ).Cited by: 6. After presenting basic interdiction concepts and notation, we recount the motivation and models behind founding research in the network interdiction field.

Next, we examine some of the most common means of solving interdiction problems, focusing on dualization models and extended formulations solvable by row-generation by: 6.

OCLC Number: Notes: "RPR." "A Report prepared for United States Air Force Project Rand." "March " Description: ix, 41 pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. The bilevel network‐interdiction problem (BNI) models the effective use of limited resources, by an “interdictor,” to attack a network that an “enemy” may use to the interdictor's disadvantage.

BNI is a two‐person, zero‐sum, sequential‐play (Stackelberg) game with two stages: in the first stage, the interdictor attacks components of his enemy's network, that is, nodes and or Cited by: A network interdiction (NI) problem can be described as an optimization of a figure-of-merit related to the network by arranging the current attackers.

Since the introduction of the first interdiction model, 6 network interdiction has become a common theme in the exploration of system vulnerabilities.

According to the specific requirement. A survey of network interdiction models and algorithms European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. No. 3 Joint optimizing network interdiction and emergency facility location in terrorist attacks.

A decision support system for evaluating measures against hospital infections is presented in this paper. Algorithms for optimal interdiction of the infection network are. A network interdiction model for hospital infection control In addition, there is a more technical measurement problem.

One has to find uniform and measurable effectiveness criteria for comparing competing procedures applying to different areas of the infection network (this, again, is in contrast to the local analysis in step of. This paper proposes a reliable network interdiction model with multiple unit costs, which maximizes the minimum arrival cost of the invader to the sink by setting obstacles on some arcs with limited resources in the given network.

In other words, given a graph with a source and a sink, several arcs will be selected with limited resources such that each path contains as many weights as possible. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Network interdiction is the monitoring or halting of an adversary’s activity on a network.

Its models involve two players, usually called the interdictor and the evader (or, in the more general context of Stackelberg games, leader and follower). The evader operates on the network to optimize some objective such as. Corpus ID: Stochastic network interdiction: models and methods @inproceedings{PanStochasticNI, title={Stochastic network interdiction: models and methods}, author={Feng Pan}, year={} }.

Abstract. We provide formulations, test instances and benchmark results for a new class of network interdiction problems. The formulations are appropriate for computer, terrorist or drug transportation networks where the characteristics of the network cannot be known completely in advance but rather interdiction must be planned based on conjectured configurations.

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Once the OSI model is under-stood, it will be easier to design, use, and, especially. These are the books that I read and reference all the time.

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Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition. Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition by Christopher Bishop was. Network interdiction { models, applications, unexplored directions Ricardo A. Collado D avid Papp Ap Network interdiction is the monitoring or halting of an adversary's activity on a network.

Its models involve two players, usually called the interdictor and the evader (or, in the more general. BILEVEL NETWORK INTERDICTION MODELS: FORMULATIONS AND SOLUTIONS 3 involves maximum flows. But this is a two-person, zero-sum, simultaneous-play (Cournot) game, and its purpose is quite different from BNI.

Specifically, an interdic-tor controls one or more ‘‘inspectors’’ who. The Drug Trafficking Organization Social-Functional Network Interdiction (DTOSFNI) model described herein can be used to provide insight in order to combat the numerous trafficking organizations in a coherent manner—rather than relying upon independent, often isolated, investigations—and inform development of the Organized Crime Drug.

Preface The goal of this book is to provide a basic understanding of the technical design and architecture of the Internet. The book is aimed at all audiences – even those with absolutely no prior tech. The US government’s cocaine interdiction mission in the transit zone of Central America is now in its fifth decade despite its long-demonstrated ineffectiveness, both in cost and results.

We developed a model that builds an interdisciplinary understanding of the structure and function of narco-trafficking networks and their coevolution with interdiction efforts as a complex adaptive system.

Reliable Network Interdiction Models with Multiple Unit Costs 14 December | Mathematical and Computational Applications, Vol. 21, No. 4 The Preemptive Stochastic Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling Problem: An Efficient Globally Optimal Solution Procedure.Networks announces an upcoming Special Issue on The future of city logistics and urban this special issue, we are looking for a broad range of operational research papers that study these trends.

Ideally, papers that capture the novelties of such trends in the interface between applications and models as well as the interface between models and methods.Experiments verify the high interdiction losses of disruptions caused by cooperative attacks without any protection.

Compared with the conventional model, the experimental results show that the BICA model can model the cooperative attacking problem effectively and that its evolutionary-based algorithm can solve the model efficiently.