By Carla Dionisi, Francesca Mariani (auth.), Roberto Setola, Stefan Geretshuber (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-conference complaints of the 3rd foreign Workshop on serious details Infrastructures protection, CRITIS 2008, held in Rome, Italy, in October 2008.
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Locations and areas are related to each other through geospatial contained-in, neighbourhood, or distance relations. Systems and services. Every service is provided by a system/component. In the same way a system/component needs services in order to work correctly. The failure of any of these input services results in a failure of the component or systems – with the consequence that the services normally provided by it will also fail. A service oriented modelling is an adequate abstraction in those cases where a system or CI provides this service in diﬀerent ways to other systems/CIs .
The simplicity of our common SPI is one aspect of our framework that distinguishes it from the HLA by reducing the complexity of Connector/federate design. , Requirement #6. In the following, we introduce the common SPI. , service requester) “connects” to all enabled Connectors. The connection process accomplishes two things. First, it initializes each infrastructure model with a timestamp indicating the simulation start time. , Requirement #6. Disconnect(); When a simulation is complete, the IME “disconnects” from the participating infrastructure models.
Tolone et al. When no unprocessed events remain in the simulation timeline, the IME disconnects from each infrastructure model using the Disconnect() operation; and the simulation terminates. While this framework supports discrete simulations, its design does not necessarily prevent the integration of infrastructure models that support continuous simulations. This is possible because the IME “knows” about infrastructure models only by the common SPI. , discrete or continuous, from service requesters.