Michinori Hatayama

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In the RoboCup Rescue Simulation Project, several kinds of simulator such as Building-Collapse and Road-Blockage Simulator, Fire Spread Simulator and Tra c Flow Simulator are expected to provide a complicated situation in the case of the large-scale disaster through their synergistic e ect. It is called Simulator Complex. This article addresses, rst, system(More)
Spatial temporal GIS named DiMSIS (Disaster Management Spatial Information System) have been developed mainly focused on applying local government applications after the great HANSHIN earthquake of 1995 in Japan. This spatial temporal GIS which has been enhanced to have multi language support would be common core system to support Risk Adaptive Regional(More)
Earthquake emergency response requires different number of teams to cooperate with each other and coordinate their activities to achieve global objectives. Coordination is the key challenging problem that field teams face in urban search and rescue (USAR) emergency response because of the geographic and uncertain environment. Therefore, it is necessary to(More)
In this paper, we describe a task force for a rescue system infrastructure for earthquake disaster mitigation in urban areas, and as a final result, its widespread social foundation for a rescue system. The results of each research group are introduced
Problem: This paper addresses a centralized scheduling problem in multi-agent systems in which the incident commander (IC) of a disaster-response team aims to coordinate the actions of the field units (rational agents) to minimize the total operation time in uncertain, dynamic, and spatial environments. Objective: The purpose of this paper is to propose an(More)