Modeling programs improve infrastructure protection, researcher says

11/10/2008 | New Brunswick Business Journal (Canada)

Researchers at the University of New Brunswick are studying critical-infrastructure protection and how those infrastructures interact. Ali Ghorbani, dean of computer science, noted that the UML-CI modeling language can help them create profiles for players in transport, hospitals, food and water supply areas. "It will find the chain of this interdependency, how deep it goes and how cascading or snow-balling a situation is," said Ghorbani.

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