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Cross-domain integrating and reasoning spaces 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

D-DEMATEL: A new method to identify critical success factors in emergency management

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To combine D number theory and decision making trial and evaluation laboratory (DEMATEL) to identify the critical success factors (CSFs) in emergency managementTo enhance the efficiency of emergency management optimization.

Towards a Lightweight Approach for On-site Interaction Evaluation of Safety-critical Mobile Systems

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we developed the RESCUER app, which runs on smartphones and allows the crowd to report about an emergency, thereby improving the process for rescuing humans in an emergency.The main purpose of the on-site evaluation was to assess the usability of the RESCUER app in the context of use.

Multi-purpose 3-D Real Estate: Understanding the Role of 3-D Technology for Enhancing Resilience

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The purpose of this paper is to present a three-dimensional modeling methodology that could be used by real estate professionals, urban planners, architects, emergency planners, and law enforcement agencies to better understand the impact that emergencies can cause in urban areas.present new geospatial approaches that allow real estate professionals to run and analyze different scenarios before they potentially occur,

Validity evidence of non-technical skills assessment instruments in simulated anaesthesia crisis management.

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Simulated crisis management sessions were initiated during which two trained raters evaluated the performance of postgraduate first-, second- and third-year (PGY-1, PGY-2 and PGY-3) anaesthesia residents.A scenario was developed to test the residents’ nontechnicalskills. An unexpected cardiac arrest during emergence from anaesthesia was chosen, as cardiac arrest management is performed according to standard guidelines that anaesthesia residents are expected to know.

Interprofessional team dynamics and information flow management in emergency departments.

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The research focused primarily on the patterns of information exchange and thedistribution of tasks adopted by healthcare teams.

Geotagging Twitter Messages in Crisis Management.

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this paper presents OzCT geotagger that automatically detects the location(s) mentioned in the content of tweets with three possibilities: definite, ambiguous and no-location.It also semantically annotates the tweet components utilizing existing and new ontologies.

A service oriented architecture for decision support systems in environmental crisis management

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Objective: to implement an integrated information system for forest fire management.To synchronize current environmental crisis management systems in terms of both architecture and services.To propose a flexible service oriented architecture for planning decision support in environmental crisis management, through a case study on forest fire crisis management.

The workpad user interface and methodology: Developing smart and effective mobile applications for emergency operators

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Show findings of EU project WORKPADsoftware and communication infrastructure to support operators in emergencyscenarios

Does message placement influence risk perception and affect?

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A recent body of research in crisis communications suggests that risk awareness and negative affect concerning a risk may be separate psychological constructs. These constructs may have independent and combined implications for crisis communication practitioners, in terms of message placement and audience responses. Making affected audiences aware of the nature of a risk, and coupling this awareness with an appropriate degree of negative affect, may be critical in motivating individuals to take action to protect themselves.