Thanks to the influential work by Hollnagel and other researchers (2006), the value of resilience in air transportation has been well recognised in behaviour sciences. The objective of this chapter is to show that air transportation can benefit significantly by studying resilience from the complementary complexity science perspective. This allows to combine the knowledge from behavioural sciences with the systematic modelling and analysis approach of complexity science.
|Title of host publication||Complexity science in air traffic management|
|Editors||A Cook, D Rivas|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|