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    WORKPAD: 2-Layered Peer-to-Peer for Emergency Management through Adaptive Processes

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    In this paper, we present a recently funded European research project, namely WORKPAD, that aims at designing and developing an innovative software infrastructure (software, models, services, etc.) for supporting collaborative work of human operators in emergency/disaster scenarios. In such scenarios, different teams, belonging to different organizations, need to collaborate with one other to reach a common goal; each team member is equipped with handheld devices (PDAs) and communication technologies, and should carry on specific tasks. In such a case we can consider the whole team as carrying on a process, and the different teams (of the different organizations) collaborate through the "interleaving" of all the different processes (macroprocess). Each team is supported by some back-end centre, and the different centres need to cooperate at an inter-organizational level to reach an effective coordination among teams. The project will investigate a 2-level framework for such scenarios: a back-end peer-to-peer community, providing advanced services requiring high computational power, data & knowledge & content integration, and a set of front-end peer-to-peer communities, that provide services to human workers, mainly by adaptively enacting processes on mobile ad-hoc networks. Â 2006 IEEE.

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    Title : WORKPAD: 2-Layered Peer-to-Peer for Emergency Management through Adaptive Processes
    Author(s) : Tiziana Catarci, Fabio de Rosa, Massimiliano de Leoni, Massimo Mecella, Michele Angelaccio, Schahram Dustdar, Begona Gonzalvez, Giuseppe Iiritano, Alenka Krek, Guido Vetere, Zdenek M. Zalis
    Abstract : In this paper, we present a recently funded European research project, namely WORKPAD, that aims at designing and developing an innovative software infrastructure (software, models, services, etc.) for supporting collaborative work of human operators in emergency/disaster scenarios. In such scenarios, different teams, belonging to different organizations, need to collaborate with one other to reach a common goal; each team member is equipped with handheld devices (PDAs) and communication technologies, and should carry on specific tasks. In such a case we can consider the whole team as carrying on a process, and the different teams (of the different organizations) collaborate through the "interleaving" of all the different processes (macroprocess). Each team is supported by some back-end centre, and the different centres need to cooperate at an inter-organizational level to reach an effective coordination among teams. The project will investigate a 2-level framework for such scenarios: a back-end peer-to-peer community, providing advanced services requiring high computational power, data & knowledge & content integration, and a set of front-end peer-to-peer communities, that provide services to human workers, mainly by adaptively enacting processes on mobile ad-hoc networks. Â 2006 IEEE.
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    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2006

    Affiliations Department of Management Engineering, University of ROme Tor vergata
    Journal : 2006 International Conference on Collaborative Computing Network
    Publisher : IEEE
    Pages : 1 - 9
    Url : http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/lpdocs/epic03/wrapper.htm?arnumber=4207544
    Isbn : 1-4244-0428-2
    Doi : 10.1109/COLCOM.2006.361872

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