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Xie, Tian ; Li, Cong-dong ; Wei, Yao-yao ; Jiang, Jian-jun ; Xie, Rui

To solve the problems of heterogeneity and disorder in the cross-domain integration processes for offsite nuclear emergency response, the integrated decision-making framework of the CDIRS spaces based on Space Mapping and Semantic Web is proposed. Under this framework, the method of feature mapping and space modeling, interoperable mediating and interoperability verifying, ordered integrating and reasoning, which are key steps of the CDIRS method, are presented. Furthermore, with a fictive nuclear accident scenario, the relevant CDIRS spaces and ordering rules are constructed, and then the appropriate cross-domain integrated response solution is obtained and verified effectively by reasoning and simulating in the CDIRS model. With the CDIRS method proposed in this paper, the heterogeneity and disorder can be avoided, and the targets and constraints of the offsite nuclear emergency response problems in the original space can be transformed into the target space, being processed unified by formal modeling and ordered reasoning. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]/nCopyright of Safety Science is the property of Elsevier B.V. and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)

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After scenario analyzing, based on the method presented in Section 3, the ‘‘event–task–resource” are mapped into element subspace, and the CDIRS space structure model is constructed as shown in Fig. 11analyzing the validity and the interoperability of the reasoning result of this case.

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Furthermore, with a fictive nuclear accident scenario, the relevant CDIRS spaces and ordering rules are constructed, and then the appropriate cross-domain integrated response solution is obtained and verified effectively by reasoning and simulating in the CDIRS modelA fictitious example (the scenario ‘‘A” shown in Fig.

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For the restrictions in experimental conditions, in this paper, we only consider some ideal disaster scenarios, integration demand, and focus on the principal study, example analysis and reasoning experiment.

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With the CDIRS method proposed in this paper, the heterogeneity and disorder can be avoided, and the targets and constraints of the offsite nuclear emergency response problems in the original space can be transformed into the target space, being processed unified by formal modeling and ordered reasoning.(1) The ‘‘feature mapping and space modeling – interoperable mediating and interoperability verifying – ordered integrating and reasoning” based CDIRS framework is proposed for offsite nuclear emergency response.

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To solve the problems of heterogeneity and disorder in the cross-domain integration processes for offsite nuclear emergency response, the integrated decision-making framework of the CDIRS spaces based on Space Mapping and Semantic Web is proposed.Under this framework, the method of feature mapping and space modeling, interoperable mediating and interoperability verifying, ordered integrating and reasoning, which are key steps of the CDIRS method, are presented