Naja, Iman, Moreau, Luc and Rogers, Alex
Provenance of Decisions in Emergency Response Environments
At International Provenance and Annotation Workshop 2010, United States.
Mitigating the devastating ramifications of major disasters requires emergency workers to respond in a maximally efficient way. Information systems can improve their efficiency by organizing their efforts and automating many of their decisions. However, absence of documenting how decisions were made by the system prevents decisions from being reviewed to check the reasons for their making or their compliance with policies. We apply the concept of provenance to decision making in emergency response situations and use the Open Provenance Model to express provenance produced in RoboCup Rescue Simulation. We produce provenance DAGs using a novel OPM profile that conceptualizes decisions in the context of emergency response. Finally, we traverse the OPM DAGs to answer some provenance questions about those decisions.
Conference or Workshop Item
||Event Dates: June, 15th 2010
|Venue - Dates:
||International Provenance and Annotation Workshop 2010, United States, 2010-06-15
||provenance, intelligent agents
||Web & Internet Science, Agents, Interactions & Complexity
|June 2010||Accepted/In Press|
||24 Jul 2010 11:02
||17 Apr 2017 18:14
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