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Information Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction

5th IFIP WG 5.15 International Conference, ITDRR 2020, Sofia, Bulgaria, December 3–4, 2020, Revised Selected Papers

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Table of contents (24 papers)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii
  2. Visualization of Tweets and Related Images Posted During Disasters

    • Sanetoshi Yamada, Keisuke Utsu, Osamu Uchida
    Pages 26-35
  3. Preliminary Evaluation of Information Sharing in COACHES⋆

    • Chihiro Takada, Yurika Takeuchi, Mari Kinoshita, Mikifumi Shikida
    Pages 36-48
  4. Application of Disaster Management Information for the COVID-19 Pandemic

    • Wei-Sen Li, Ming-Wey Huang, Wen-ray Su, Yanling Lee, Yi-Ching Liu, Ke-Hui Chen et al.
    Pages 49-56
  5. Applying Information Technology for Cross Border Disaster Risk Reduction Through Public Private Partnership Amidst COVID-19

    • Yanling Lee, Wei-Sen Li, Yi-Chung Liu, Ke-Hui Chen, Chi-Ling Chang, Kenji Watanabe
    Pages 57-72
  6. Towards Single Value Coordinate System (SVCS) for Earthquake Forecasting Using Single Layer Hierarchical Graph Neuron (SLHGN)

    • Benny Benyamin Nasution, Rahmat Widia Sembiring, Indra Siregar, Ermyna Seri, Rina Walmiaty Mardi
    Pages 73-89
  7. The Muddy Practice of Social Media Crowdsourcing in Bandung City

    • Muhammad Akram Mansyur, V. M. F. Homburg, J. F. M. Koppenjan
    Pages 90-101
  8. General Knowledge Representation and Sharing for Disaster Management

    • Philippe A. Martin, Tullio J. Tanzi
    Pages 116-131
  9. Information Technology Based on Qualitative Methods in Cyber-Physical Systems of Situational Disaster Risk Management

    • Igor Grebennik, Oleh Hutsa, Roksana Petrova, Dmytro Yelchaninov, Anna Morozova
    Pages 132-143
  10. Creating a List of Works on Reconstruction of Infrastructure Elements in Natural Disasters Based on Information Technologies

    • Igor Grebennik, Valerii Semenets, Yevhen Hubarenko, Maryna Hubarenko, Maksym Spasybin
    Pages 144-159
  11. Cyber-Security in Digital Metering Value Chain for Mountain Landslide Warning

    • Mari Aarland, Jaziar Radianti, Terje Gjøsæter
    Pages 170-182
  12. Disaster Risk Reduction for All?

    • Cristina Paupini, Terje Gjøsæter
    Pages 183-192
  13. Opportunities and Challenges of ICT in Emergency Processes

    • Bettina Pospisil, Walter Seböck
    Pages 193-205
  14. Integration in and Between Earth Observation Research Centers for Achieving Sustainable Development

    • Todor Branzov, Krassimira Ivanova, Velichka Milousheva
    Pages 206-215
  15. Towards Safety and Security-Related Testing of Crisis Management Solutions

    • Todor Tagarev, Petya Ivanova, Laurent Dubost, Cyril Dangerville
    Pages 216-234
  16. Mathematical Model of Integral Fire Risk Management

    • Svitlana Bordiuzhenko, Oleksandr Sobol, Yuriy Uvarov, Oleh Stelmakh, Oleksandr Danilin, Serhiy Shevchenko
    Pages 235-245

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  1. Information Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction

    5th IFIP WG 5.15 International Conference, ITDRR 2020, Sofia, Bulgaria, December 3–4, 2020, Revised Selected Papers

About this book

This volume constitutes the refereed and revised post-conference proceedings of the 5th IFIP WG 5.15 International Conference on Information Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction, ITDRR 2020, in Sofia, Bulgaria, in December 2020.*

The 18 full papers and 6 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 52 submissions. The papers focus on various aspects and challenges of coping with disaster risk reduction. The main topics include areas such as natural disasters, remote sensing, big data, cloud computing, Internet of Things, mobile computing, emergency management, disaster information processing, disaster risk assessment and management.

*The conference was held virtually.


Keywords

  • artificial intelligence
  • bandwidth
  • computer security
  • data communication systems
  • databases
  • hci
  • human-computer interaction
  • information retrieval
  • information technology
  • internet
  • mobile networks
  • network protocols
  • QoS
  • Quality of Service
  • signal processing
  • social media
  • survival analysis
  • telecommunication networks
  • telecommunication traffic

Editors and Affiliations

  • Tsuda University, Tokyo, Japan

    Yuko Murayama

  • Science Research Centre for Disaster Risk Reduction, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria

    Dimiter Velev

  • Institute of Robotics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria

    Plamena Zlateva

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Hardcover Book USD 119.99
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