Embedding a Geographic Information System in a Decision Support System for Landslide Hazard Monitoring

@article{Lazzari1999EmbeddingAG,
  title={Embedding a Geographic Information System in a Decision Support System for Landslide Hazard Monitoring},
  author={Marco Lazzari and Paolo Salvaneschi},
  journal={Natural Hazards},
  year={1999},
  volume={20},
  pages={185-195}
}
In this paper we present an application that exploitsa geographic information system as a front-end of acomplex information system supporting the managementof landslide hazard in Valtellina, an alpine valley inNorthern Italy.A decision support system (EYDENET, operational sinceOctober 1996), incorporating a geographic informationsystem and a data interpreter based on artificialintelligence techniques, processes the readings of the250 most significant instruments of a monitoring netof about 1000… 
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