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The use of Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) and Crowdsourcing in Disaster Management: a Systematic Literature Review
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The number of crisis events around the world has been increasing in the last years and suggests there is a real need to make communities more resilient to them. Expand
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Big earth observation data analytics: matching requirements to system architectures
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This paper assesses the cost of research-friendliness, in a case where the researcher has developed an algorithm in the R language and wants to use the same code for big data analytics. Expand
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A Service-Oriented Middleware for Integrated Management of Crowdsourced and Sensor Data Streams in Disaster Management †
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The increasing number of sensors used in diverse applications has provided a massive number of continuous, unbounded, rapid data and requires the management of distinct protocols, interfaces and intermittent connections. Expand
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Big data streaming for remote sensing time series analytics using MapReduce
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We propose a combination of streaming and map-reduce for time series analysis of time series data. Expand
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Geographical prioritization of social network messages in near real-time using sensor data streams: an application to floods
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This paper presents an approach for the automated geographic prioritization of social network messages for fl ood risk management based on sensor data streams. Expand
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A Gamification-based Social Collaborative Architecture to increase resilience against natural disasters
Natural disasters have led to the need for urgent measures to mitigate the effects of these accidents. The question of awareness is extremely important in dealing with disasters, and collaborativeExpand
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Dynamic Sensor Management: Extending Sensor Web for Near Real-Time Mobile Sensor Integration in Dynamic Scenarios
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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) are often composed of a wide range of sensor nodes, which may vary greatly in their type of hardware platform, as well as their sensing and mobility capabilities. Expand
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A geographic approach for on-the-fly prioritization of social-media messages towards improving flood risk management
Flood risk management requires updated and accurate information about the overall situation in vulnerable areas. Social media messages are considered to be as a valuable additional source ofExpand
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A geographic approach for onthe-fly prioritization of social-media messages towards improving flood risk management
Flood risk management requires updated and accurate information about the overall situation in vulnerable areas. Social media messages are considered to be as a valuable additional source ofExpand
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Service-oriented middleware for dynamic, real-time management of heterogeneous geosensors in flood management
ASSIS, L. F. F. G.. Service-oriented middleware for dynamic, real-time management of heterogeneous geosensors in flood management. 2016. 117 f. Master dissertation (Master student Program in ComputerExpand
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