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Infrastructure Risk Analysis Model, written by Barry C Ezell, John V Farr and Ian Wiese and published in describes an infrastructure risk analysis model that in a straightforward engineering manner considers possible threats, potential impacts and their mitigation. mix, technology infrastructure, and analytics capabilities. The interaction of accounting policy choices with data availability, systems architecture, and downstream usage should guide model development. Finally, the computational burden created by increasingly complex models could pressure financial reporting timelines (e.g., month-end. The National Computational Infrastructure (also known as NCI) is a high-performance computing and data services facility, located at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australian Capital NCI is supported by the Australian Government's National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS), with operational funding provided through a formal collaboration.


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