Heiko Woith

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In the immediate aftermath of a disaster routine processes, even if specifically designed for such a situation, are not enacted blindly. Actions and processes rather adapt their behavior based on observations and available information. Attempts to support these processes by technology rely on process models that faithfully capture process execution and(More)
Earthquakes form a permanent threat to humankind, causing death and injuries each year. For this reason, studying earthquakes has become an important area of research in geoscience. Responding to an earthquake event, for mitigation or for research purposes, demands quick decision processes which require timely and precise situational information. In this(More)
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