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Using Social Media to Enhance Emergency Situation Awareness
Found in: IEEE Intelligent Systems
By Jie Yin,Andrew Lampert,Mark Cameron,Bella Robinson,Robert Power
Issue Date:November 2012
pp. 52-59
The described system uses natural language processing and data mining techniques to extract situation awareness information from Twitter messages generated during various disasters and crises.
 
XML Schema Representation and Reasoning: A Description Logic Method
Found in: Services, IEEE Congress on
By Xiaobing Wu, David Ratcliffe, Mark A. Cameron
Issue Date:July 2008
pp. 487-494
XML plays a key role in service-oriented computing (SOC). We envisage an environment where knowledge workers are developing semantic correspondences from XML schemas to a target ontology. We would like to use DL reasoning services within this environment t...
 
A Service Oriented Architecture for a Health Research Data Network
Found in: Scientific and Statistical Database Management, International Conference on
By Kerry L. Taylor, Christine M. O'Keefe, John Colton, Rohan Baxter, Ross Sparks, Uma Srinivasan, Mark A. Cameron, Laurent Lefort
Issue Date:June 2004
pp. 443
This paper reports on an architecture aimed at providing a technology platform for a new research facility, called the Health Research Data Network (HRDN). The two key features:<div></div> ⦁ custodial control over access and use of resources; a...
   
ESA: emergency situation awareness via microbloggers
Found in: Proceedings of the 21st ACM international conference on Information and knowledge management (CIKM '12)
By Bella Robinson, Jie Yin, Mark Cameron, Sarvnaz Karimi
Issue Date:October 2012
pp. 2701-2703
During a disastrous event, such as an earthquake or river flooding, information on what happened, who was affected and how, where help is needed, and how to aid people who were affected, is crucial. While communication is important in such times of crisis,...
     
An integrated information system on the Web for catchment management
Found in: Proceedings of the sixth ACM international symposium on Advances in geographic information systems (GIS '98)
By Jason Haines, Kenny Taylor, Mark Cameron
Issue Date:November 1998
pp. 8-13
The low operating speed of current CMOS Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), i.e., 10-220 MHz, has prevented their use in high-speed digital applications. With the advent of IBM Silicon Germanium (SiGe) 7HP technology, designers have been able to design...
     
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