ISCRAM-med 2016. Third International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management

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Archivo Abierto Institucional de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid: ISCRAM-med 2016. Third International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management
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  • Preliminares
  • Vaso Constantinou, Andri Ioannou and Paloma Díaz. Inclusive access to emergency services: An action research project focused on hearing impaired citizens
  • Taibi Aissa and Atmani Baghdad. GIS-based Multi-Criteria Analysis and if… then… rules for ranking industrial zones
  • Ali Al Imem, Ahmed Maalel and Henda Hajjami Ben Ghezala. Emergency Crisis Management Models: an ontological review
  • Firas Ben Kharrat, Aymen Elkhlei and Rim Faiz. From the social semantic web to recommendation
  • Nawfal El Moukhi, Ikram El Azami and Aziz Mouloudi. X-ETL Engine: from relational model to a multidimensional model
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      Preliminares [ISCRAM-Med 2016. Third International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management in Mediterranean Countries]
      (2016-10) Díaz Pérez, Paloma; Ben Saoud, Narjès Bellamine; Dugdale, Julie; Hanachi, Chihab; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Interactive Systems Group
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      X-ETL Engine: from relational model to a multidimensional model
      (2016-10) El Moukhi, Nawfal; El Azami, Ikram; Mouloudi, Aziz; Díaz Pérez, Paloma; Ben Saoud, Narjès Bellamine; Dugdale, Julie; Hanachi, Chihab; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Interactive Systems Group
      Designing a data warehouse as a support of the decision-making process remains a complex task and a major challenge for companies and organizations. This complexity is principally due to data sources that are heterogeneous and to the absence of a conventional method for modeling the data warehouse. Our work aims to integrate one of the most used data sources namely relational databases, and to develop a new method for designing a data warehouse in XML format (language chosen) using the MDA (Model Driven Architecture) techniques.
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      From the social semantic web to recommendation
      (2016-10) Kharrat, Firas Ben; Elkhleifi, Aymen; Faiz, Rim; Díaz Pérez, Paloma; Ben Saoud, Narjès Bellamine; Dugdale, Julie; Hanachi, Chihab; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Interactive Systems Group
      This paper present a new recommendation algorithm based on contextual analysis and new measurements. Social Network is one of the most popular Web 2.0 applications and related services, like Facebook, have evolved into a practical means for sharing opinions. Consequently, Social Network web sites have since become rich data sources for opinion mining. This paper proposes to introduce external resource from comments posted by users to predict recommendation and relieve the cold start problem. The novelty of the proposed approach is that posts are not simply characterized by an opinion score, as is the case with machine learning-based classifiers, but instead receive an opinion grade for each distinct notion in the post. Our approach has been implemented with Java and Lenskit framework; the study resulted in Movie dataset, we have shown positive results. We compared our algorithm to Slope One algorithm. We have obtained an improvement of 8% in precision and recall as well an improvement of 16% in RMSE and nDCG.
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      Emergency Crisis Management Models: an ontological review
      (2016-10) Imem, Ali Al; Maalel, Ahmed; Ghézala, Henda Hajjami Ben; Díaz Pérez, Paloma; Ben Saoud, Narjès Bellamine; Dugdale, Julie; Hanachi, Chihab; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Interactive Systems Group
      Laziness and grievous un-seriousness methods taken by governments for handling complex crisis had only brought more fuel to the fire and unfortunately left it untreated. As technologies has reached significant progress to provide in time, urgent, management solutions to take over crisis of their own. Unluckily, an evidence growth on continuous emergent events still proves the opposite. Understanding this inability and setting up ways on how to resolve it requires meditation moment on current research studies. This move is an attempt to cut off with the gap mentioned above and another move to rethink modeling and developing modern crisis management approach. This paper presents the state of the art of Emergency Crisis Management and our envisaged approach.
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      Inclusive access to emergency services: An action research project focused on hearing impaired citizens
      (2016-10) Constantinou, Vaso; Ioannou, Andri; Díaz, Paloma; Díaz Pérez, Paloma; Ben Saoud, Narjès Bellamine; Dugdale, Julie; Hanachi, Chihab; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Interactive Systems Group
      In case of emergency, hearing impaired people are not always able to access emergency services and, hence, they do not have equal access to social support and infrastructure. In this work we undertake the development and evaluation of a system aiming to meet the communication needs of hearing impaired citizens in cases of emergency. The system consists of (i) a mobile application that records and sends the details of an emergency event, and (ii) a central management system that handles these calls from the operation center at the emergency services. The system was completed in four cycles of design, development and evaluation with the involvement of 74 hearing impaired users and three officers from the Cyprus Police (Emergency Response Unit).
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      GIS-based Multi-Criteria Analysis and if… then… rules for ranking industrial zones
      (2016-10) Taibi, Aissa; Atmani, Baghdad; Díaz Pérez, Paloma; Ben Saoud, Narjès Bellamine; Dugdale, Julie; Hanachi, Chihab; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Interactive Systems Group
      The approach proposed in this article allows, from a study of geographic, environmental and socio-economic criteria, to cooperate If Then rules, Analytic Hierarchic Process (AHP) and geographic information system (GIS) for spatial choosing of the right site for installing industrial projects. The result obtained by IAHP (Intelligent Analytic Hierarchic Process) for ranking industrial zones in Algeria is refined by a viewing GIS-IZ (Geographic Information System for Industrial Zones). The IAHP unit ranks industrial zones using AHP after reduction of judgment criteria by If… then… rules and GIS-IZ module to the visualization of these zones on the map. The system was designed for the evaluation of a new methodology of multi-criteria analysis guided by data mining. Only the Spatial Decision Making Support System (SDMSS) is presented here.
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      ISCRAM-Med 2016. Third International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management in Mediterranean Countries [Poster Papers]
      (2016-10) Díaz Pérez, Paloma; Ben Saoud, Narjès Bellamine; Dugdale, Julie; Hanachi, Chihab; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Interactive Systems Group