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Type of publication:Inproceedings
Entered by:GJB
TitleA Robust Coalition Formation Framework for Mobile Surveillance Incident Management
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Booktitle Proceeding of the 4th Intelligent Human Computer Systems for Crisis Response and Management ISCRAM 2007
Year published 2007
Pages 479-488
Keywords Coalition formation,Coordination,Robustness,Mobile Surveillance,Incident Management,Reconfiguration,Scale-Space
Abstract
Given unexpected incidents on routes of guards that check security objects, like banks, one of the most challenging problems is still how to support improvisation by security personnel in taking decisions to prevent or resolve such incidents. Another as important associated problem is how a security company can naturally take advantage of its existing and novel knowledge about its organizational and ICT infrastructures, and the introduction of a decision support system to help leverage of improvisation by humans. To tackle all this, on the one hand we present a dynamic coalition formation framework that allows the (re)configurations of agents that are associated with joint tasks in situational contexts to be evaluated by appropriate value functions. On the other hand, we present a dynamic scale-space paradigm that allows a security company to distill ranked lists of robust context-dependent reconfigurations at critical scales. We highlight the merits of ASK-ASSIST as a solution to the problem of supporting human improvisation.
Authors
Ferro, Duco N.
Valk, Jeroen
Salden, Alfons
Editors
van der Walle, Bartel
Burghardt, Paul
Nieuwenhuis, Kees
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