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Towards Projected Impacts on Emergency Domains Through a Conceptual Framework

@inproceedings{Frana2017TowardsPI,
  title={Towards Projected Impacts on Emergency Domains Through a Conceptual Framework},
  author={Juliana B. S. França and Ang{\'e}lica F. S. Dias and Fr{\^a}ncila Weidt Neiva and Marcos R. S. Borges},
  booktitle={ISCRAM},
  year={2017}
}
In emergency domain, experts must make decisions both usual and unusual. These decisions lead to unpredictable impacts, causing the need for these experts to deal with impacts mitigation. Unexpected need of impacts mitigation consists in an overload of material resources and expert cognitive capacity. After decision making, impacts mitigation demands valuable expert efforts. To address this problem, this paper proposes a decision impact projection in early stages of emergency management, during… 

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