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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
recent advances on information technologies and communications, coupled with the advent of the social media applications have fuelled a new landscape of emergency and disaster response systems by enabling affected citizens to generate georeferenced real time information on critical events. The identification and analysis of such events is not straightforward and the application of crowdsourcing methods or automatic tools is needed for that purpose. Whereas crowdsourcing makes emphasis on thedoi:10.1007/978-3-662-45960-7_19 fatcat:kdfibzp5gfb4vi62qttw6bawlu