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Process Analysis of Dynamic Geo-Visualization in Environmental Crisis Management

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Ludik, Tomas (Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University)
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Racek, Jaroslav (Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University)
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Chapter Applications of Geographical Information Systems
Volume Environmental Informatics and Industrial Ecology
Conference Environmental Informatics and Industrial Ecology
Lüneburg, 2008
Year 2008
Abstract of the Article
This contribution describes the results of the research project “Dynamic Geo-Visualization in Crisis Management” supported by the Czech Ministry of Education. The paper is focused on the process analysis in the crisis management, particularly the analysis of the Czech Fire and Rescue Services Act. The analysis is based on using some use case diagrams, process maps, logical data models and CRUD matrixes. Based on the obtained knowledge from this process analysis, an application ontology has been created. This ontology describes the relations among crisis situations, person resources and information, mainly in regard to the geographical structure. The process maps are described by XPLD language. The application ontology is described by OWL language. Using the standards is aimed on reaching high interoperability.
Pages 142 - 149
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