Structural invulnerability evaluation of complex multi-layer emergency logistics system based on interdependent network theory


Affiliations

  • National Engineering Research Center for Disaster & Emergency Relief Equipment, Professor, Service Command Department, China
  • National Engineering Research Center for Disaster & Emergency Relief Equipment, Associate Professor, Oil Department, China
  • National Engineering Research Center for Disaster & Emergency Relief Equipment, Professor (OB and HRM), China
  • Army Logistics University of PLA, Doctoral Student, Service Command Department, Oil Department, Chongqing, 401 331, China

Abstract

Emergency logistic system is quite important for natural disaster recue and other unexpected incidents treatment. At present, most relative modelling and analyzing research on logistic network invulnerability is based on a single network, and does not take the interaction between networks into account. This paper proposes the complex multi-layer logistic model consists of command control network, space communication network and physical transportation network based on interdependent network theory. The result of network invulnerability research shows that the three-layer interdependent network model is more precisely and conform to the actual situation of emergency logistic system operation. Moreover, the invulnerability evaluation method proposed in this paper is more accurate and detailed than the traditional method. This conclusion can provide references for the designing of emergency logistics system with better invulnerability and applied to other areas research.

Keywords

Invulnerability evaluation; multi-layer system; emergency logistics; interdependent network theory

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