Zlatanova, Sisi

Intelligent Systems for Crisis Management

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Table of contents

1. Multi-agent Evacuation Simulation Data Model with Social Considerations for Disaster Management Context
Mohamed Bakillah, J. Andrés Domínguez, Alexander Zipf, Steve H. L. Liang, M. A. Mostafavi

2. An A*-Based Search Approach for Navigation Among Moving Obstacles
Zhiyong Wang, Sisi Zlatanova

3. A Two-level Path-finding Strategy for Indoor Navigation
Liu Liu, Sisi Zlatanova

4. An Approach to Qualitative Emergency Management
Rami Al-Salman, Frank Dylla, Lutz Frommberger

5. Smoke Plume Modeling in Crisis Management
Hein Zelle, Edwin Wisse, Ágnes Mika, Tom Tilburg

6. Simulation System of Tsunami Evacuation Behavior During an Earthquake Around JR Osaka Station Area
Ryo Ishida, Tomoko Izumi, Yoshio Nakatani

7. Interactive Simulation and Visualisation of Realistic Flooding Scenarios
Christian Kehl, Gerwin Haan

8. Identification of Earthquake Disaster Hot Spots with Crowd Sourced Data
Reza Hassanzadeh, Zorica Nedovic-Budic

9. Remote Sensing Based Post-Disaster Damage Mapping with Collaborative Methods
Norman Kerle

10. Automatic Determination of Optimal Regularization Parameter in Rational Polynomial Coefficients Derivation
Junhee Youn, Tae-Hoon Kim, Changhee Hong, Jung-Rae Hwang

11. Granular Computing and Dempster–Shafer Integration in Seismic Vulnerability Assessment
Fateme Khamespanah, Mahmoud Reza Delavar, Hadis Samadi Alinia, Mehdi Zare

12. Managing Satellite Precipitation Data (PERSIANN) Through Web GeoServices: A Case Study in North Vietnam
Maria A. Brovelli, Truong Xuan Quang, Gérald Fenoy

13. Applying GIS in Seismic Hazard Assessment and Data Integration for Disaster Management
Rumiana Vatseva, Dimcho Solakov, Emilia Tcherkezova, Stela Simeonova, Petya Trifonova

14. Methodology for Landslide Susceptibility and Hazard Mapping Using GIS and SDI
Tomás Fernández, Jorge Jiménez, Jorge Delgado, Javier Cardenal, José Luis Pérez, Rachid El Hamdouni, Clemente Irigaray, José Chacón

15. Transport Network Vulnerability Assessment Methodology, Based on the Cost-Distance Method and GIS Integration
Dragos Toma-Danila

16. Effectiveness of Net-Centric Support Tools for Traffic Incident Management
John Steenbruggen, Maarten Krieckaert, Piet Rietveld, Henk Scholten, Maarten Vlist

17. A Customizable Maturity Model for Assessing Collaboration in Disaster Management
Jaana Mäkelä, Kirsi Virrantaus

18. Geographic Information for Command and Control Systems
Tomáš Řezník, Bronislava Horáková, Roman Szturc

19. On the Roles of Geospatial Information for Risk Assessment of Land Subsidence in Urban Areas of Indonesia
Hasanuddin Z. Abidin, Heri Andreas, Irwan Gumilar, Teguh P. Sidiq, Yoichi Fukuda

20. The STIG: Framework for the Stress-Test for Infrastructures of Geographic Information
Bujar Nushi, Bastiaan Loenen

21. Towards an Integrated Crowd Management Platform
Nico Weghe, Rik Bellens, Tom Jaeger, Sidharta Gautama, Roel Huybrechts, Beat Meier, Mathias Versichele

22. Evaluation of a Support System for Large Area Tourist Evacuation Guidance: Kyoto Simulation Results
Seiki Kinugasa, Tomoko Izumi, Yoshio Nakatani

23. A Virtual Police Force as Part of an Integrated Community Security Network: The Case of the Dutch VPK Programme
Wim Broer

24. Integration of Real-Time UAV Video into the Fire Brigades Crisis Management System
Mark Persie, Menso C. Sijl, Edwin Wisse, Janio B. Tjoe-Awie, Arnout J. Jong, Wim Bakker

25. Agent-Enabled Information Provisioning While Retaining Control: A Demonstration
Peter Bruijn, Niek Wijngaards

26. Agent-Based Information Infrastructure for Disaster Management
Zulkuf Genc, Farideh Heidari, Michel A. Oey, Sander Splunter, Frances M. T. Brazier

27. Using a Base Registry Key in Disaster Information Management: A Dutch Case Study on Linked Data
Jan-Willem Aalst, Bart Leeuwen, Rob Peters

28. Using Icons as a Means for Semantic Interoperability in Emergency Management: The Case of Cross-Border Moor Fires and Schiphol Airport
Rob Peters, Jan-Willem Aalst, Frank Wilson, Til Hofmann

29. Network Information Management for Collaboration in Disaster Management: Concepts and Case Study
Fons Panneman, Erik Vries, Peter Bruijn

Keywords: Geography, Geographical Information Systems/Cartography

Publication year
Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography
Page amount
15 pages
Natural Sciences

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