Optimizing dynamic investment decisions for railway systems protection

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Starita, Stefano; Scaparra, Maria Paola;

Past and recent events have shown that railway infrastructure systems are particularly vulnerable to natural catastrophes, unintentional accidents and terrorist attacks. Protection investments are instrumental in reducing economic losses and preserving public safety. A ... View more
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