CIVIL DEFENSE COMMUNICATIONS RESEARCH, TASK 1.
RADIO CORP OF AMERICA NEW YORK COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS DIV
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The survivability problem of communications systems - from the viewpoint of analysis - is defined as the problem of relating varying levels of destruction to surviving traffic-handling capability. Using linear graph concepts, three network survivability design parameters are specified and then related to varying levels of destruction. A procedure is then provided for translating surviving connectivity into a traffic-handling measure - the Priority Completion Index. Author
- Civil Defense
- Non-Radio Communications