||The paper deals with the problem to provide an
estimation of a scenario composed by several and interdependent
infrastructures. Indeed, due to the increasing presence
of interdependencies, to correctly manage any infrastructure
it is more and more relevant to have information about the
“state” of other infrastructures, especially in critical situations.
However it is unfeasible to exchange detailed data about the
state of each infrastructure, due to their huge volumes and
because they are considered as sensible data. To overcome such
problems we propose an approach based on distributed copies
of an abstract model, each attested in a given infrastructures’
control room; such models share aggregated data and operate
as an Online Distributed Interdependency Estimation System.
The approach is under experimental tests on a national wide
electric and telecommunication networks inside the European