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poster summarising advanced knowledge technologies used to realise an e-response scenario

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    • The AKT e-Response IFD Emergency response requires the effective and timely acquisition, analysis and use of information, which are also the goals of the Semantic Web community. The AKT e ­ Response Integrated Feasibility Demonstration shows the role AKT tools and techniques can play in this task. The demonstration is based around the scenario of a cargo plane disintegrating over the City of London, scattering fuel and debris over a wide area, and causing multiple fires to break out. This is a major emergency, requiring the coordination of all available emergency services. The JESCC, the Joint Emergency Services Control Centre, has convened at a safe location. This is the body responsible for coordinating the tactical response to a major emergency in London. London street map © Collins Bartholomew Ltd; used with permission.
      • The AKT e ­ Response IFD is a prototype support system intended to help the JESCC to:
        • make sense of the emergency and the response to it;
        • handle requests for information, and;
        • make and then enact operational and tactical decisions.
      • This system builds upon earlier AKT IFDs to integrate a range of complementary AKT technologies through a sense-making interface layered on an agent-based semantic web infrastructure.
      • The AKT e ­ Response IFD shows the relevance of advanced knowledge technologies – and, more generally, of the Semantic Web – to complex real world tasks.
      sense making activity performing decision supporting expert finding term mapping image retrieving photo managing resource mining Joint Emergency Services Control Centre Central-Ambulance-Control Fire-Brigade-CSC Police-CCC-IR Central Communications Complex-Information Room Command Support Centre public media government requests, reports decisions, advice, information domain experts decisions, advice CMS (Abdn) resource management sense making Compendium (OU) photo management Photocopain (Sheff/Soton) Armadillo (Sheff) resource mining Ontologies 3Store (Soton) data management expertise identification OntoCoPi (Soton) I-X (Edin) active agent framework image annotation AKTive Media (Sheff) term mapping CROSI (Soton) Key to lines infrastructure information acquisition information analysis decision-making & enactment requests, reports JESCC