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Student Number 973202021
Author Ssu-Min Tseng(曾思敏)
Author's Email Address mo_ly_ly@hotmail.com
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Department Civil Engineering
Year 2008
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Data Collection and Analysis of Critical Infrastructure Interdependency Relationships
Date of Defense 2009-06-17
Page Count 53
Keyword
  • Critical infrastructure interdependency
  • Data mining
  • Generalized sequential patterns discovery
  • Abstract Critical infrastructures are important national assets for producing or distributing continuous flows of essential goods or services. When one critical infrastructure shuts down due to an external disruption, it can be expected that other critical infrastructures that need goods or services provided by the discontinued one will stop shortly, exacerbating the damage caused by the external disruption. Past research has categorized critical infrastructure interdependency (CII) into four relationship types and has proposed several methods to model CII and its effects. This paper presents a knowledge discovery process for CII that can be used to extract frequent patterns of critical infrastructure failure records directly or indirectly triggered by external disruptions. The knowledge discovery process, including integration of critical infrastructure failure records and transformation into the data format needed by the data mining algorithm, is described. Discussion of a disaster mitigation approach to stopping CII-related possible future failure events is addressed, followed by the analysis results of sample critical infrastructure failure records. Disaster mitigation officials can employ the proposed approach to explore CII and to design countermeasures when a disaster hits certain areas.
    Table of Content 目錄
    第一章 緒論1
    1.1 研究背景與動機1
    1.2 研究目的2
    1.3 研究範圍2
    1.4 論文架構3
    1.4.1 研究背景與動機4
    1.4.2 文獻回顧4
    1.4.3 研究分析4
    1.4.4實際資料測試5
    1.4.5結論與建議5
    第二章 文獻回顧6
    2.1 關鍵基礎設施類型6
    2.1.1 基礎設施分佈7
    2.1.2 台灣南部各項基礎設施介紹8
    2.2 救災流程圖9
    2.3 關鍵基礎設施相依性11
    2.4 目前所運用的技術17
    2.4.1 Mendonca and Wallaced的作法:以美國911事件為例18
    2.4.2 關聯資料探勘技術20
    2.4.3 GSP23
    第三章 關鍵基礎設施相依性的知識處理流程25
    3.1 關鍵基礎設施模型建立25
    3.2 資料蒐集與整理29
    3.2.1 電力服務終止紀錄資料30
    3.2.2 供水服務終止紀錄資料30
    3.2.3 中華電信服務終止紀錄31
    3.2.4 人事行政局資料31
    3.3 資料格式整合32
    3.3 連鎖關係發現35
    3.4 資料後處理37
    第四章 關鍵基礎設施災難減緩的策略40
    4.1 搜尋常見關鍵基礎設施與重視的關鍵基礎設施損害相關序列40
    4.2 重視的關鍵基礎設施保護對策41
    4.3 範列41
    4.3.1 資料整合42
    第五章 結論與建議49
    參考文獻50
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    Advisor
  • Chien-Cheng Chou(周建成)
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    Date of Submission 2009-07-27

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