Resilience Engineering: current status of the research and future challenges

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Resilience Engineering: current status of the research and future challenges. / Patriarca, Riccardo; Bergström, Johan; Di Gravio, Giulio; Constantino, Francesco.

I: Safety Science, Vol. 102, 02.2018, s. 79-100.

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Patriarca, Riccardo ; Bergström, Johan ; Di Gravio, Giulio ; Constantino, Francesco. / Resilience Engineering: current status of the research and future challenges. I: Safety Science. 2018 ; Vol. 102. s. 79-100.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Resilience Engineering: current status of the research and future challenges

AU - Patriarca, Riccardo

AU - Bergström, Johan

AU - Di Gravio, Giulio

AU - Constantino, Francesco

PY - 2018/2

Y1 - 2018/2

N2 - This paper offers an extensive literature review on the field of Resilience Engineering (RE), encompassing 472 contributions, including journal articles, conference proceedings and book chapters. Adopting the numbers of co-citations as a metric of conceptual proximity, this paper details the application of Factor Analysis and Multi-Dimensional Scaling, as groundbreaking means to extract relevant research factors. A temporal analysis in a multi-variate two-dimensional space confirms the significance and relevance of the identified research factors. An in-depth analysis of the five research factors, labeled as the need of RE, RE for modelling, defining and exploring RE, reflecting on RE, RE and improvisation, guides the definition of future research paths and open research questions within the field and across several domains, suggesting the need for multi-disciplinary future studies.

AB - This paper offers an extensive literature review on the field of Resilience Engineering (RE), encompassing 472 contributions, including journal articles, conference proceedings and book chapters. Adopting the numbers of co-citations as a metric of conceptual proximity, this paper details the application of Factor Analysis and Multi-Dimensional Scaling, as groundbreaking means to extract relevant research factors. A temporal analysis in a multi-variate two-dimensional space confirms the significance and relevance of the identified research factors. An in-depth analysis of the five research factors, labeled as the need of RE, RE for modelling, defining and exploring RE, reflecting on RE, RE and improvisation, guides the definition of future research paths and open research questions within the field and across several domains, suggesting the need for multi-disciplinary future studies.

KW - Resilience Engineering

KW - Resilience

KW - Factor Analysis

KW - Meta-review

U2 - 10.1016/j.ssci.2017.10.005

DO - 10.1016/j.ssci.2017.10.005

M3 - Article

VL - 102

SP - 79

EP - 100

JO - Safety Science

T2 - Safety Science

JF - Safety Science

SN - 0925-7535

ER -