Towards a taxonomy of crisis management simulation tools

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  title={Towards a taxonomy of crisis management simulation tools},
  author={Anne-Marie Barthe-Delano{\"e} and S{\'e}bastien Truptil and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}rick B{\'e}naben},
  booktitle={ISCRAM},
  year={2015}
}
Experimentation is an essential element to improve crisis management and to assess crisis management tools. Unfortunately, for the moment, real crisis management experimentations are episodic and generally focus on a specific geographical and/or thematic area. This is why the European DRIVER project aims to provide a test-bed platform where crisis management testing and experimentation can be carried out with a mix of live and simulated actions. To achieve this goal, simulation tools have to be… CONTINUE READING

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