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Cooperative structures and critical functions to deliver resilience within network society

Abstract : Stating that our world is more and more susceptible and ever-evolving network, the authors propose a distributed mechanism – the Hubmaster – to strengthen its resilience. It will improve the management of crisis in key areas of dynamic mapping, continual learning, risk taking and decision-making. It will be a complement to the needed new resilience culture that encourages constant awareness and investigation of the network, a willingness to share and refresh knowledge and continuous readiness to take community action.
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Mike Granatt, Ainhoa Paré-Chamotin. Cooperative structures and critical functions to deliver resilience within network society. International Journal of Emergency Management, Inderscience, 2006, 3 (1), pp.52-57. ⟨hal-00547592⟩

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