2018 - Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
Game theory, Resource allocation, Computer security, Operations research and Risk analysis are her primary areas of study. Her study looks at the intersection of Game theory and topics like Reliability theory with Haystack and Reliability. Her Resource allocation research includes themes of Optimal allocation, Investment and Vulnerability.
In general Computer security study, her work on Key, Exploit and Private information retrieval often relates to the realm of Relative value, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her studies deal with areas such as Reliability engineering, Computer security model and Greedy algorithm as well as Operations research. As part of the same scientific family, Vicki M. Bier usually focuses on Risk analysis, concentrating on Terrorism and intersecting with Sequential game and Discrete choice.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Computer security, Game theory, Risk analysis, Resource allocation and Terrorism. Her research integrates issues of Sequential game, Deception and Complete information in her study of Computer security. Her Game theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reliability theory, Computer security model and Reliability.
Her Risk analysis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Probabilistic risk assessment, Risk assessment, Management science and Decision analysis. Her Resource allocation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Homeland security, Investment and Operations research. Her study in Terrorism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Unit cost, Nuclear weapon and Value.
Her primary areas of study are Computer security, Risk analysis, Game theory, Decision analysis and Microeconomics. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sequential game, Resource allocation and Heuristics. Her Resource allocation research includes elements of Homeland security, Critical infrastructure protection, Deterrence theory and Flow network.
Her Risk analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Actuarial science and Emerging technologies. The Game theory study combines topics in areas such as Computer security model, Terrorism and Infrastructure security. Her work on Game theoretic is typically connected to Discounting, Climate change, Conjunction and Relocation as part of general Microeconomics study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Vicki M. Bier spends much of her time researching Risk analysis, Computer security, Adversary, Management science and Government. The various areas that Vicki M. Bier examines in her Risk analysis study include IT risk management, IT risk, Risk management plan and Risk analysis. In her papers, Vicki M. Bier integrates diverse fields, such as Computer security and Geographic information system.
Her research in Adversary intersects with topics in Bayesian probability and Vulnerability. She has researched Bayesian probability in several fields, including Homeland security, Resource allocation, Stackelberg competition and Process. Her Government research incorporates themes from Travel time, Reservation and Operations research.
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Balancing Terrorism and Natural Disasters---Defensive Strategy with Endogenous Attacker Effort
Jun Zhuang;Vicki M. Bier.
Operations Research (2007)
Choosing What to Protect: Strategic Defensive Allocation against an Unknown Attacker
Vicki M. Bier;Santiago Oliveros;Larry Samuelson.
Journal of Public Economic Theory (2007)
On the state of the art: risk communication to the public
Vicki M. Bier.
Reliability Engineering & System Safety (2001)
Protection of simple series and parallel systems with components of different values
Vicki M. Bier;Aniruddha Nagaraj;Vinod Abhichandani.
Reliability Engineering & System Safety (2005)
Optimal resource allocation for security in reliability systems
M N Azaiez;Vicki M Bier.
European Journal of Operational Research (2007)
Modeling secrecy and deception in a multiple-period attacker–defender signaling game
Jun Zhuang;Vicki M. Bier;Oguzhan Alagoz.
European Journal of Operational Research (2010)
A critique of current practice for the use of expert opinions in probabilistic risk assessment
A. Mosleh;V.M. Bier;G. Apostolakis.
Reliability Engineering & System Safety (1988)
A Survey of Approaches for Assessing and Managing the Risk of Extremes
Vicki M. Bier;Yacov Y. Haimes;James H. Lambert;Nicholas C. Matalas.
Optimal resource allocation for defense of targets based on differing measures of attractiveness
Vicki M. Bier;Naraphorn Haphuriwat;Jaime Menoyo;Rae Zimmerman.
Risk Analysis (2008)
A study of expert overconfidence
Shi-Woei Lin;Vicki M. Bier.
Reliability Engineering & System Safety (2008)
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