Top ten knowledge DB entries related to Data analysis are listed below.
Managing the inconceivable: participatory assessments of impacts and responses to extreme climate change
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The final, post-workshop phase of the process is the documentation, analysis, reporting, and publication of the results.

Research on Efficiency of Collaborative Allocation System of Emergency Material Based on Synergetic Theory
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qualitative simulation technology-QSIM algorithm

Design of fault simulator
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of the proposed trend fusion algorithm (math heavy)

Emergency transportation network design problem: Identification and evaluation of disaster response routes
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Computational experiments ( multiple objective functions are transformed into a single objective function. Then, the single-objective form of the ETNDP has been solved using the branch-and-cut algorithm

Project training evaluation: Reshaping boundary objects and assumptions
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Comparison of data coming from case studies with current theory and the ability to create novel ideas and new theory from the data itself.Next, open-ended questionnaires explored differences in perceptions pertaining to knowledge, learning, culture, and the nature of organisations, and the role of information for project communication and coordination. For each word, (knowledge, learning, data, information, culture, organization etc.) respondents were asked to give their definition and then use the word in a sentence demonstrating their interpretation.

Evaluation of Medical Management During a Mass Casualty Incident Exercise: An Objective Assessment Tool to Enhance Direct Observation
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Radio Records’ Analysis: During the post- analysis, communications were sorted into eight categories: asking for support, answering a request, reporting position, requesting assistance, commanding, waiting for instructions, giving information, and other. A diagram of points and lines representing relations among rescuers to display position of power and lines of communication was plotted.Anecdotal observations. These images were integrated into the CITE Explorer® software package (VLS System AB, Linkoping, Sweden), which allowed a time-synchronized discrete event representation of rescue operations.Statistical Analysis: Contingency table tests were used to compare the mean triage classes. Non-parametric were used to compare the triage delay, evacuation time from crash area, and collecting area between triage categories. The appropriateness of the triage and the evacuation priorities were evaluated to reveal any significant statistical differences between planned and assigned triage color code and delay time. Treatment means were also analyzed statistically to point out different levels of efficiency. The further division of incorrect maneuvers into categories of overtreatment and under-treatment, and their comparison, was viewed as an index of available resources in a particular situation.

Conventional Medical Education and the History of Simulation in Radiology
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Methods:There are three main categories for assessing simulation skills: psychometric tools for interpersonal/communications skills; checklists for procedural skills; and pretests and posttests for knowledge.Psychometric Tools for Interpersonal/Communications SkillsPsychometrics, instruments, or metrics used to conduct assessment are effective for simulations involving interpersonal/communications skills. Behaviorally anchored rating scale involved the assessment of four elements performed by the physician during the simulations including establishing an appropriate environment, engaging the patient, disclosure/apology, and helping the patient achieve an approach to the event. The encounter is videotaped and rated on a 7-point scale: 1 (extremely ineffective) to 7 (extremely effective). This assessment method can give structured insight to the learner on areas of strength and weakness.Another way is the 360-degree form, which includes a checklist of 10 items (pertaining to important interpersonal/communication skills), which were each rated using a Likert format. Feedback from the attending physician and the patient was given to the resident after an observed encounter, and a personal quality improvement interview was conducted.The third way is the Kalamazoo Essential Elements Communication Checklist that consists of seven key elements of physician communications: (1) builds relationships, (2) opens the discussion, (3) gathers information, (4) understands patient’s perspective, (5) shares information, (6) reaches agreement, and (7) provides closure.Procedural SkillsChecklist assesses whether critical actions were performed for specific scenarios.Pretests and Posttests for KnowledgeThese checklists included procedure time, fluoroscopy time, amount of contrast used, and lesion coverage.Observational assessment toolProcedure-specific checklists are based on accurate performance of procedural steps and scoring based on error execution. Components of generic global rating scales that can be applied to a wide variety of simulation scenarios and specialties include items such as respect for tissue, efficiency of time and motion, instrument handling, knowledge of instruments, use of assistants, flow of operation, forward planning, and knowledge of specific procedural steps.

Simulation for ward processes of surgical care
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A checklist of a number of key tasks.Video recording for self-

D-DEMATEL: A new method to identify critical success factors in emergency management
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Multiple experts evaluate the direct relations of influential factors in management respectively from positive and negative side. The results are presented as intuitionistic fuzzy numbers (IFNs). Convert the IFNs into D numbers and use the combination rule of D numbers to fuse group opinions. Based on DEMATEL, the cause-effect classification of factors can be obtained.The factors in cause category are identified as CSFs in .

A risk assessment tool for improving safety standards and emergency management in Italian onshore wind farms
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values are obtained for each indicator. This was achieved asking the experts to assign a specific risk factor defined “k” factor according to the risk level established (low-medium-high).Each indicator and each factor have been weighted individually and together in complex to determine how much each of them has the potential to make the difference in the emergencies management.The was tested and used to classify the risk level for occupational safety in 56 Italian onshore wind farms.