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Tweet Alert: Effective Utilization of Social Networks for Emergency Alert and Disaster Management System

@inproceedings{Gowri2015TweetAE,
  title={Tweet Alert: Effective Utilization of Social Networks for Emergency Alert and Disaster Management System},
  author={Asaithambi Gowri and R Kavitha},
  year={2015}
}
Disaster Emergency Management and public safety requires an effective disaster alert system to mitigate the seriousness of disaster. The existing disaster alert system was static so it delays in locating the disaster place and there was no way to take immediate rescue process to save the people. In this paper the social network is used as an emergency network and it is used by the users to post their tweets, the tweets that are posted in social network site through system and mobile users about… Expand
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