Gerard P O'Reilly

Gerard P O'Reilly
CACI · Cyber Security Research Department

Eng.Sc.D - Columbia University

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Additional affiliations
September 2004 - present
Brookdale Community College
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Teaches Statistics
September 2002 - May 2004
Stevens Institute of Technology
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Taught Switching and Signalling for Telecommunications Managers and Calculus for Business Applications
Education
September 1965 - May 1969
Manhattan College
Field of study
  • Mathematics

Publications

Publications (21)
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Global warming and escalating energy costs have provided the impetus for a worldwide movement to reduce energy consumption and the associated environmental impacts arising from carbon emissions. Telecommunications providers are contributing to this effort by assessing the impacts of their products and offering telepresence and enhanced data service...
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Next-generation networks (NGNs) offer several advantages, such as support for many application-rich new services, along with more traditional telephony applications, agnostic access, and improved economics. This paper presents a new design and engineering methodology that addresses areas where traditional design for reliability approaches will not...
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Two of the fundamental critical national infrastructures, upon which all others rely heavily, are power and telecom. Emergency services, banking and finance, water, agriculture and food, the chemical industry, defense industrial base, public health, and government cannot run effectively without them for any sustained period of time. As a key infras...
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A collection of slides presented by Dr. Gerard O'Reilly on network capacity analysis using dynamic simulation is given.
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Critical national infrastructures for power, emergency services, finance, and other basic industries rely heavily on information and telecommunications networks (voice, data, and video) to provide services and conduct business. The telecommunication network is recognized by the federal government as one of the critical national infrastructures that...
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Critical national infrastructures for power, emergency services, finance, and other basic industries rely heavily on information and telecommunications networks (voice, data, Internet) to provide services and conduct business. While todaypsilas legacy networks tend to be highly reliable, tomorrowpsilas converged networks may be less reliable and ou...
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Critical national infrastructures for power, emergency services, finance, and other basic industries rely heavily on information and telecommunications networks (voice, data, Internet) to provide services and conduct business. While these networks tend to be highly reliable, severe, large scale outages do occur, especially at times of unfolding dis...
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The telecommunication network is recognized by the federal government as one of the critical national infra-structures that must be maintained and protected against debilitating attacks. We have previously shown how fail-ures in the telecommunication network can quickly lead to telecommunication congestion and to extended delays in successful call...
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One of the top 10 priorities of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is protection of our critical national infrastructures including power, communications, transportation, and water. This paper presents models to quantify the interdependencies of critical infrastructures in the U.S. and evaluate plans to compensate for vulnerabilities. Communi...
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The fast and unrelenting spread of wireless telecommunication devices has changed the landscape of the telecommunication world, as we know it. Today we find that most users have access to both wireline and wireless communication devices. This widespread availability of alternate modes of communication is adding, on one hand, to a redundancy in netw...
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Critical national infrastructures for power, emergency services, finance, and other basic industries rely heavily on information and telecommunications networks (voice, data, Internet) to provide services and conduct business. While these networks tend to be highly reliable, outages do occur which can have cascading effects to other infrastructures...
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Critical national infrastructures for transportation, power, finance, and other basic industries rely heavily on information and telecommunications networks (voice, data, Internet) to provide services and conduct business. While these networks tend to be highly reliable, disasters may lead to extended outages requiring days/weeks to repair. These o...
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Critical national infrastructures for power, finance, transportation, and other basic resources rely on information and telecommunications networks (voice, data, Internet) to provide services and conduct business. While these networks tend to be highly reliable, disasters may lead to extended outages requiring days/weeks to repair. These outages ca...
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Critical national infrastructures for transportation, power, finance, and other basic industries rely heavily on information and telecommunications networks (voice, data, Internet) to provide services and conduct business. While these networks tend to be highly reliable, disasters may lead to extended outages requiring days/weeks to repair. These o...
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During the past year, Bell Laboratories and Sandia National Laboratories have been modeling and simulating cross-industry interactions between infrastructures and the cascading of impacts under disruption scenarios. Critical national infrastructures for importing and exporting goods and materials (e.g., seaboard shipping through ports on the U.S. E...
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The worldwide liberalization of the telecommunications market is changing the international environment from its bilateral mode of operation to an integrated, globalized environment. A major challenge for global carriers is the rapid translation of emerging technologies into advanced global networking capabilities, to offer a collection of global i...
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Global intelligent networking issues at the physical, transport, routing, and service levels are discussed. Factors that are required for global intelligent networking in the coming age in terms of architecture and technology are identified. Areas in which extensive studies and technical breakthroughs are required for realization of the global inte...
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Businesses need new network capabilities to handle voice, data, and image traffic as simply and easily as today's networks handle voice traffic. In anticipation of that need, AT&T has developed a three-stage evolutionary plan culminating in the concept of Universal Information Service. The first stage maximizes today's various analog and digital ne...
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The 5ESS system is designed for switching applications in rural, suburban, and metropolitan areas. It can function as a local, local/toll, or toll switch, and has features that make it suitable not only for use in the United States but in almost all countries. The modular design of the switch makes it particularly useful for solving wire center and...
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A generic representation of the telecommunications infrastructure in a metropolitan area designed to be integrated into a much larger simulation of the seventeen key infrastructures[1] has been implemented in Vensim[2]. This Critical Infrastructure Protection Decision Support System (CIP/DSS) is designed to provide insights for the Department of Ho...

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