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Design and Engineering of Resilience for Networked Computer Systems

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Design and Engineering of Resilience for Networked Computer Systems. / Hutchison, David; Rouncefield, Mark; Gouglidis, Antonios; Anderson, Tom.

Multisystemic Resilience: Adaptation and Transformation in Changing Contexts. ed. / Michael Ungar. Oxford University Press, 2021.

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Hutchison, D., Rouncefield, M., Gouglidis, A., & Anderson, T. (Accepted/In press). Design and Engineering of Resilience for Networked Computer Systems. In M. Ungar (Ed.), Multisystemic Resilience: Adaptation and Transformation in Changing Contexts Oxford University Press. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/multisystemic-resilience-9780190095888

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Hutchison D, Rouncefield M, Gouglidis A, Anderson T. Design and Engineering of Resilience for Networked Computer Systems. In Ungar M, editor, Multisystemic Resilience: Adaptation and Transformation in Changing Contexts. Oxford University Press. 2021

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Hutchison, David ; Rouncefield, Mark ; Gouglidis, Antonios ; Anderson, Tom. / Design and Engineering of Resilience for Networked Computer Systems. Multisystemic Resilience: Adaptation and Transformation in Changing Contexts. editor / Michael Ungar. Oxford University Press, 2021.

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