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Intelligent Agents and Multi-Agent Systems

Volume 5357 of the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science pp 127-138

Interactive Learning of Expert Criteria for Rescue Simulations

  • Thanh-Quang ChuAffiliated withIRD, UR079-GEODESAUF-IFI, MSI
  • , Alain BoucherAffiliated withAUF-IFI, MSI
  • , Alexis DrogoulAffiliated withIRD, UR079-GEODESAUF-IFI, MSI
  • , Duc-An VoAffiliated withIRD, UR079-GEODESAUF-IFI, MSI
  • , Hong-Phuong NguyenAffiliated withIG-VAST
  • , Jean-Daniel ZuckerAffiliated withIRD, UR079-GEODES

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Abstract

The goal of our work is to build a DSS (Decision Support System) to support resource allocation and planning for natural disaster emergencies in urban areas such as Hanoi in Vietnam. The first step has been to conceive a multi-agent environment that supports simulation of disasters, taking into account geospatial, temporal and rescue organizational information. The problem we address is the acquisition of situated expert knowledge that is used to organize rescue missions. We propose an approach based on participatory techniques, interactive learning and machine learning. This paper presents an algorithm that incrementally builds a model of the expert knowledge by online analysis of its interaction with the simulator’s proposed scenario.

Keywords

Rescue Management Multi-agent Simulation Decision Support Systems Knowledge Extraction Participatory Learning Interactive Learning