A consolidated DaaS model for situation-informed incident management

Authors: Jiang, N., Xu, L. and De Vrieze, P.

Journal: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology

Volume: 408

Pages: 375-384

ISBN: 9783642405426

ISSN: 1868-4238

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-40543-3_40

Abstract:

From Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster to the recent India blackout, industrial incidents are inevitable and once occurred, their impact on the society and economy can be catastrophic. In an end user perspective, reducing such impact relies on not only efficient service recovery but also effective public communications. To achieve the latter, it requires instant resource sharing in a collaborative network where effective data sharing, integration and management are critical. However, this is not an easy-to-achieve task in a complex system which involves a number of stakeholders. In this paper, we describe a consolidated DaaS model based on our previous work, which can be used to support effective communications in emerging situations and sudden events driven by incidents. We also provide an implementation based on a case study focusing on power incident management in the UK's national electrical system to demonstrate the usefulness of the model. © IFIP International Federation for Information Processing 2013.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/21540/

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A Consolidated DaaS Model for Situation-Informed Incident Management

Authors: Jiang, N., Xu, L. and De Vrieze, P.

Journal: COLLABORATIVE SYSTEMS FOR REINDUSTRIALIZATION

Volume: 408

Pages: 375-384

eISSN: 1868-422X

ISBN: 978-3-642-40542-6

ISSN: 1868-4238

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A Consolidated DaaS Model for Situation-informed Incident Management

Authors: Jiang, N., Xu, L. and de Vrieze, P.

Conference: PRO-VE'13

Dates: 30 September-2 October 2013

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Preferred by: Lai Xu and Nan Jiang

A Consolidated DaaS Model for Situation-Informed Incident Management

Authors: Jiang, N., Xu, L. and de Vrieze, P.

Editors: Camarinha-Matos, L.M. and Scherer, R.J.

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642405433

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-40543-3_40

Abstract:

From Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster to the recent India blackout, industrial incidents are inevitable and once occurred, their impact on the society and economy can be catastrophic. In an end user perspective, reducing such impact relies on not only efficient service recovery but also effective public communications. To achieve the latter, it requires instant resource sharing in a collaborative network where effective data sharing, integration and management are critical. However, this is not an easy-to-achieve task in a complex system which involves a number of stakeholders. In this paper, we describe a consolidated DaaS model based on our previous work, which can be used to support effective communications in emerging situations and sudden events driven by incidents. We also provide an implementation based on a case study focusing on power incident management in the UK’s national electrical system to demonstrate the usefulness of the model.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/21540/

Source: Manual

Preferred by: Paul De Vrieze

A Consolidated DaaS Model for Situation-informed Incident Management

Authors: Jiang, N., Xu, L. and de Vrieze, P.T.

Conference: PRO-VE'13

Abstract:

From Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster to the recent India blackout, industrial incidents are inevitable and once occurred, their impact on the society and economy can be catastrophic. In an end user perspective, reducing such impact relies on not only efficient service recovery but also effective public communications. To achieve the latter, it requires instant resource sharing in a collaborative network where effective data sharing, integration and management are critical. However, this is not an easy-to- achieve task in a complex system which involves a number of stakeholders. In this paper, we describe a consolidated DaaS model based on our previous work, which can be used to support effective communications in emerging situations and sudden events driven by incidents. We also provide an implementation based on a case study focusing on power incident management in the UK’s national electrical system to demonstrate the usefulness of the model.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/21540/

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