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Designing for Collective Intelligence and Community Resilience on Social Networks

Jon Chamberlain, Benjamin Turpin, Maged Ali, Kakia Chatsiou, Kirsty O'Callaghan
2021 Human Computation  
platforms and social networks.  ...  They can also enable community action and resilience in response to different events, from casual requests to emergency response and crisis management.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to acknowledge the valuable assistance of Asa Aldis and Jon Morter in preparing the data for this research.  ... 
doi:10.15346/hc.v8i2.116 fatcat:clobf3zijzg3bajjya557ojizy

Research Agenda in Intelligent Infrastructure to Enhance Disaster Management, Community Resilience and Public Safety [article]

Michael Dunaway, Robin Murphy, Nalini Venkatasubramanian, Leysia Palen, Daniel Lopresti
2017 arXiv   pre-print
The design and integration of intelligent infrastructure-including embedded sensors, the Internet of Things (IoT), advanced wireless information technologies, real-time data capture and analysis, and machine-learning-based  ...  As the nation and its communities become more connected, networked and technologically sophisticated, new challenges and opportunities arise that demand a rethinking of current approaches to public safety  ...  the impact on overall community resilience metrics.  ... 
arXiv:1705.01985v1 fatcat:ftxfxkzotzdy3jngeriuqw2dru

A General Distributed Architecture for Resilient Monitoring over Heterogeneous Networks [chapter]

Fábio Januário, Alberto Cardoso, Paulo Gil
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The growing developments on networked devices, with different communication structures and capabilities made possible the emergence of new architectures for monitoring systems.  ...  This work proposes a general distributed architecture, with supporting methods, for building a resilient monitoring system that can adaptively accommodate both cyber and physical anomalies.  ...  The work in [10] presents an intelligent resilient control algorithm for a wireless network control system based on the quantification of the concept of resiliency in terms of the quality of control.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-54734-8_15 fatcat:hhqxpujfxfd73fp46mcjb2n2le

Societies 5.0: A New Paradigm for Computational Social Systems Research

Fei-Yue Wang, Yong Yuan, Xiao Wang, Rui Qin
2018 IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems  
An Adaptive Intelligent Management System of Advertising for Social Networks: A Case Study of Facebook Jose Aguilar and Gerardo Garcia With the wide use of social networks, social network advertising becomes  ...  with the challenges of modeling the social resilience of communities, and validated it by modeling the resilience of a fishing community in Somalia over the period of 1999-2012.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tcss.2018.2797598 dblp:journals/tcss/WangYWQ18 fatcat:edhfmzizynbelhlyodutzlyg7i

A Survey on Urban Traffic Optimisation for Sustainable and Resilient Transportation Network

Koh Song Sang, Bo Zhou, Po Yang, Zaili Yang
2016 2016 9th International Conference on Developments in eSystems Engineering (DeSE)  
It aims to describe and define the state of the art on the research on sustainable and resilient transportation networks in urban development and a taxonomy of different traffic optimisation methods used  ...  This paper presents a survey on the challenges of developing sustainable and resilient transportation networks and the current urban traffic optimisation methods, as a possible solution to address such  ...  There is a need for a design of route optimization algorithm that based on urban prospective in consideration of both sustainability and resilience.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dese.2016.38 fatcat:glsytujaujecthx5a5ye4pylmu

Guest Editorial: Introduction to Special Section on Smart Systems and Intelligent Networking Powered With Big Data Analytics

Ruidong Li, Ka-Cheong Leung, Michele Nogueira, Tarik Taleb, Jie Wu
2020 IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering  
The design of big data enabled smart systems and intelligent networks are still in a preliminary stage. Of the 39 submitted papers, 11 were selected for this issue.  ...  , disaster-resilient communication systems, smart grid systems, and indoor positioning systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnse.2020.3037986 fatcat:zwsjhgron5cdxkozbfoxypvk2i

Investigating the Drivers of Supply Chain Resilience in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Empirical Evidence from an Emerging Economy

Mohammad Ali Yamin
2021 Sustainability  
Results revealed that supply chain resilience is measured with supply chain intelligence, supply chain communication, leadership commitment, risk management orientation, supply chain capability and network  ...  supply chain capability and network complexity to investigate supply chain resilience.  ...  The research survey was designed and conducted during COVID-19 pandemic; consequently, the researcher used online tools such as social media platforms, Google forms and email for data collection.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132111939 fatcat:65dp5fp2ofdinigx7edxndi33i

Re-differentiation as collective intelligence: The Ktunaxa language online community [article]

Christopher Horsethief
2012 arXiv   pre-print
These acts of collective intelligence serve to reduce entropy in speech community identity.  ...  This paper presents preliminary results of an investigation of collectively intelligent behavior in a Native North American speech community.  ...  Wupnik' Natanik translates to "New Times", and is often equated with technology. The website was designed to offer an alternative online social network for Ktunaxa language speakers.  ... 
arXiv:1204.3891v1 fatcat:kh7h4ap2xbcwpgpbxwglwsvnya

Towards resilient cyber-physical systems: The ADREAM project

Jean Arlat, Michel Diaz, Mohamed Kaaniche
2014 2014 9th IEEE International Conference on Design & Technology of Integrated Systems in Nanoscale Era (DTIS)  
Still, many advances have to be made to tackle several scientific challenges and to address related social, legal and ethical concerns attached to such highly dynamic networked service-oriented human-aware  ...  Towards this ends, LAAS-CNRS has launched a comprehensive and innovative multidisciplinary research program entitled ADREAM: Architectures for Dynamic Resilient Embedded Autonomous Mobile systems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We thank all the people at LAAS and CNRS who have contributed to the definition and development of the ADREAM project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dtis.2014.6850642 dblp:conf/dtis/ArlatDK14 fatcat:wewutmurqnezvaumhtppl537iq

Community Resilience Engineering: Reflections and Preliminary Contributions [chapter]

Vincenzo De Florio, Hong Sun, Chris Blondia
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
An important challenge for human societies is that of mastering the complexity of Community Resilience, namely "the sustained ability of a community to utilize available resources to respond to, withstand  ...  The above concise definition puts the accent on an important requirement: a community's ability to make use in an intelligent way of the available resources, both institutional and spontaneous, in order  ...  Through the sociocratic rules, an organization may tap on the "well" of its social energy and create collective forms of intelligence as those discussed in [10] . FSO propose a similar concept.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-12241-0_1 fatcat:jwulqqfiungvbn5ws5cjnv7hom

Resilience Management of Critical Cyber-Physical Systems: A Multiple Case Study Analysis

Jyri Rajamäki
2021 DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE  
Our society's critical CPS — cyber, energy, water, transportation and communication — lacks of resilience, typically losing essential functionality following adverse events.  ...  Modern societies are highly dependent on different critical cyber-physical systems (CPS). The growth of software (= cyber) layer, in size and percentage of the overall system is a future trend.  ...  At the same time the extensive network of Urban Living Labs in Europe offers big potential for developments and cooperation on these topics.  ... 
doi:10.37394/232022.2021.1.12 fatcat:3n5m4fptwjhmngyushhebt2kt4

Ethical Resilience Management Framework for Critical Healthcare Information Infrastructure

Jyri Rajamäki, Aarne Hummelholm
2022 WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine  
This paper offers a conceptual resilience governance framework and design aspects for ethical and resilient cyber-physical e-health and e-wellbeing systems.  ...  On the other hand, we have an ethical need to complement the existing security and risk management knowledge base by developing frameworks and models where we are using, for example, artificial intelligence  ...  Weber and N. Kleine, "Cybersecurity in Health Care," in The Ethics of Cybersecurity, The International Library of Ethics, Law and Technology 21, Cham, Springer, 2020, pp. 139-156.  ... 
doi:10.37394/23208.2022.19.9 fatcat:zf3q5e2gnngx3baw2wywiuom6m

Shareable city, regenerated by making

C. Cellucci, M. Di Sivo
2017 International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning  
Today, most theories on the regeneration of the territory and the built environment are based on the paradigm of scarcity, i.e. the conviction that all the resources already exist, and are scarce, and  ...  According to this theory, there is no separation between producers and consumers anymore, but today we talk about Prosumer, citizens become responsible for the space they live in and organise to 'make'  ...  for their own advantage disagrees with the care for the community and personal growth, equality and the focus on the environmental problems.  ... 
doi:10.2495/sdp-v12-n3-388-394 fatcat:josvugjnm5aapggyz5pmjxgdd4

Urban infrastructure via Big Data

Wadim Strielkowski, Marina Faminskaya, Elena Potekhina, A. Torre, S. Martinat, V. Kumar, Y. Lavrikova, E. Kuzmin
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
the central role of urban Big Data in urban intelligence with particular emphasis on the smart cities.  ...  Moreover, we want to add a third dimension to social urban data analysis by assessing the use of social, spatial, and temporal data for key issues to understand how it can influence human behaviour across  ...  Social resilience is the capacity of communities to evolve and recover from external shocks to their social infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202130105003 fatcat:6gl54blu6rhmzatm5cahdrnjsu

Collaborative Science to Enhance Coastal Resilience and Adaptation

C. Reid Nichols, Lynn D. Wright, Scott J. Bainbridge, Arthur Cosby, Alain Hénaff, Jon D. Loftis, Lucie Cocquempot, Sridhar Katragadda, Gina R. Mendez, Pauline Letortu, Nicolas Le Dantec, Donald Resio (+1 others)
2019 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Consequently, people living near the coast require environmental intelligence in the form of reliable shortterm and long-term predictions in order to anticipate, prepare for, adapt to, resist, and recover  ...  Agile and spatially distributed response capabilities will assist operational organizations in predicting, preparing for and mitigating potential community-wide disasters.  ...  Given the expansion of internetbased social networks and increased computational capacity for data collection and analysis of these platforms, Social Network Analysis (SNA) allows us to obtain useful information  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00404 fatcat:n5hv7byc4bhgxb3auc3dcxoha4
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