Responsibility modelling for civil emergency planning

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Sommerville, Ian ; Storer, Timothy ; Lock, Russell (2009)

This paper presents a new approach to analysing and understanding civil emergency planning based on the notion of responsibility modelling combined with HAZOPS-style analysis of information requirements. Our goal is to represent complex contingency plans so that they ca... View more
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