A Stochastic Programming Approach to the Design Optimization of Layered Physical Protection Systems

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2017-01-04
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Brown, Nathanael
Jones, Katherine
Bandlow, Alisa
Waddell, Lucas
Nozick, Linda
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The performance of many of the technologies used in physical protection systems that guard high-value assets are heavily influenced by weather and visibility conditions as well as intruder capabilities. This complicates the already difficult problem of optimizing the design of multi-layered physical protection systems. This paper develops an optimization model for the automatic design of these systems with explicit consideration of the impact of weather and visibility conditions as well as intruder capabilities on system performance. An illustrative case study is provided.
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attacker-defender, multi-objective optimization, physical security, stochastic optimization
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7 pages
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Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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