Authors
Sammy Teffali, Nada Matta, Ertic Chatelet,
Title
Representing stress impact in crisis management
In
5th AI4KM (Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management) supported by IFIP WG 12.6. on IJCAI-17 Melbourne (Australia) August
Publisher
IFIP
Year
2017
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Abstract
Crisis management is a special type of collaborative approach in which the actors are subject to an uninterrupted stress. It is a quite significant issue because the consequences of crises can bring huge damages (human and economic loses). Even actors follow training in order to face stress situations but the human condition (familial and life) and the disparity of situations in which the consequences (different type of victims (children, elderly, etc.) push actors to lose the control of situations. The question to answer is can we predict the consequence of a default to this type of situations. Our study try to answer this questions by showing how to represent prediction of the consequences of a stress on crisis management. Firstly, we define a model that represent the impact of one actor to the situation considering the collaborative aspect of crisis and then we study stress consequences measurement. First results of these studies are presented in this paper.
Affiliations
Offprint