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Implementation of FAIR Principles for Ontologies in the Disaster Domain: A Systematic Literature Review

Allan Mazimwe, Imed Hammouda, Anthony Gidudu
2021 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
We then extract social-technical features in selected studies and evaluate retrieved ontologies against the FAIR maturity model for semantic artefacts.  ...  Also, only 1.4% of all retrieved ontologies are published in semantic repositories and 84.1% are not published at all because there are no repositories dedicated to archiving disaster domain knowledge.  ...  P56 EmergencyFire ontology [56] Represents knowledge in fire emergency response situations P85 Empathi [4] Represents knowledge about natural hazard events and their impact on the infrastructure  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi10050324 fatcat:4fzkuxe55zdwpbujesy3cafpci

Tsunami-Related Data: A Review of Available Repositories Used in Scientific Literature

Tomáš Nacházel, František Babič, Marco Baiguera, Pavel Čech, Martina Husáková, Peter Mikulecký, Karel Mls, Daniela Ponce, Dimitra Salmanidou, Kamila Štekerová, Ioanna Triantafyllou, Petr Tučník (+2 others)
2021 Water  
We outline the potential contribution of ontology engineering as an example of computer science methods that enable improvements in tsunami-related data management.  ...  However, the existing digital ecosystem surrounding tsunami research prevents us from extracting the maximum benefit from our research investments.  ...  Mass evacuation during a tsunami event is a case study for framework demonstration [35] . Infrastructure failures caused by natural hazard events were modeled using the InfraRisk ontology.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13162177 fatcat:cwsek42d6ffkrhjhd5epnylfmm