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The Resource Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications : Disaster Forensics : Understanding Root Cause and Complex Causality, (electronic book)

Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications : Disaster Forensics : Understanding Root Cause and Complex Causality, (electronic book)

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Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications : Disaster Forensics : Understanding Root Cause and Complex Causality
Title
Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications
Title remainder
Disaster Forensics : Understanding Root Cause and Complex Causality
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Editor
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Language
eng
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IDEBK
Dewey number
530
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no index present
LC call number
HV551.2
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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Masys, Anthony
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  • Emergency management
  • Emergency management
  • Disasters
Label
Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications : Disaster Forensics : Understanding Root Cause and Complex Causality, (electronic book)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction; Forensics; References; 1 Individual and Societal Risk (RiskIS): Beyond Probability and Consequence During Hurricane Katrina; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Foundations: Culture, Society, and Risk; 2.1 Engineering Risk; 2.2 Culture and Risk Analysis; 2.3 Society and Risk Analysis; 3 A Review of Literature: The Influence of Culture and Society on Risk Analysis; 4 Case Application: Hurricane Katrina; 4.1 Context of Hurricane Katrina; 4.2 Action Taking: The Case for New Orleans During Katrina; 4.3 Limitations of RiskIS Framework; 5 Conclusions and Further Research
  • AcknowledgmentReferences; 2 Application of Problem Inversion to Cascading Critical Infrastructure Failure; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The Direct Approach; 3 The Failure Analysis Questionnaire; 4 Hypothesizing Failure Modes; 4.1 Finding Resources Directly; 4.2 Obtaining New Resources; 4.3 Specific Failure Resources; 5 Correcting Failure Modes; 5.1 Preventing the Failure by Averting Its Causes; 5.2 Eliminating the Failure's Harmful Effects; 5.3 Stopping the Harmful Effects of the Failure; 6 Evaluating the Results; 6.1 Simplified Ideation Failure Analysis™; 6.2 Resolve the Contradictions
  • 7 Concluding RemarksReferences; 3 Heroes and Villains in Complex Socio-technical Systems; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Newtonian Science, Cause and "Human Error"; 3 Complexity Theory; 4 Synthesis, Holism, and Emergence; 4.1 Case Study: Florence Nightingale; 5 Foreseeability of Probabilities, not Certainties; 5.1 Case Study: Emergency Physician; 6 Time-Irreversibility; 6.1 Case Study: Eric Cropp; 7 Perpetual Incompleteness and Uncertainty of Knowledge; 7.1 Case Study: Mid Staffordshire; 8 What Does This Mean for Heroes and Villains in Complex Socio-technical Systems?; 9 Conclusion; References
  • 4 Patient Safety and Disaster Forensics: Understanding Complex Causality Through Actor Network EthnographyAbstract; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Actor Network Theory; 2 Case Studies; 2.1 2003 US/CAN Blackout; 2.2 Uberlingen Mid Air Collision; 3 Discussion; 3.1 Actor Network Theory; 3.2 Actor; 3.3 ANT Processes; 3.4 Resident Pathogens (US/Canada Blackout); 3.5 Hardwired Politics: Uberlingen Case; 3.6 Socio-technical Systems: EDIS and Patient Safety; 4 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; 5 The Fog of Battle in Risk and Crisis Communication: Towards the Goal of Interoperability in the Digital Age
  • Abstract1 Introduction; 2 Social Media as a Communication Tool; 2.1 The Fog of Communication; 2.2 Interoperability as Fog; 3 Communicating with Creative Clarity; 3.1 Quantitative Risk Assessment as a Guide to Action; 3.2 The Shape of Emergency Response-Augmenting Alpha-Numerics?; 4 Martial Metaphors as Communication Guides; 5 Ambiguity Will Clearly Prevail; 6 Discussion; 6.1 There Are Few Easy Answers; 7 Areas for Further Research and Action; 8 Conclusion; References; 6 Disaster Forensics: Governance, Adaptivity and Social Innovation; Abstract; 1 Introduction
Control code
SPR958121009
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (418)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319418476
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications : Disaster Forensics : Understanding Root Cause and Complex Causality, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction; Forensics; References; 1 Individual and Societal Risk (RiskIS): Beyond Probability and Consequence During Hurricane Katrina; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Foundations: Culture, Society, and Risk; 2.1 Engineering Risk; 2.2 Culture and Risk Analysis; 2.3 Society and Risk Analysis; 3 A Review of Literature: The Influence of Culture and Society on Risk Analysis; 4 Case Application: Hurricane Katrina; 4.1 Context of Hurricane Katrina; 4.2 Action Taking: The Case for New Orleans During Katrina; 4.3 Limitations of RiskIS Framework; 5 Conclusions and Further Research
  • AcknowledgmentReferences; 2 Application of Problem Inversion to Cascading Critical Infrastructure Failure; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The Direct Approach; 3 The Failure Analysis Questionnaire; 4 Hypothesizing Failure Modes; 4.1 Finding Resources Directly; 4.2 Obtaining New Resources; 4.3 Specific Failure Resources; 5 Correcting Failure Modes; 5.1 Preventing the Failure by Averting Its Causes; 5.2 Eliminating the Failure's Harmful Effects; 5.3 Stopping the Harmful Effects of the Failure; 6 Evaluating the Results; 6.1 Simplified Ideation Failure Analysis™; 6.2 Resolve the Contradictions
  • 7 Concluding RemarksReferences; 3 Heroes and Villains in Complex Socio-technical Systems; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Newtonian Science, Cause and "Human Error"; 3 Complexity Theory; 4 Synthesis, Holism, and Emergence; 4.1 Case Study: Florence Nightingale; 5 Foreseeability of Probabilities, not Certainties; 5.1 Case Study: Emergency Physician; 6 Time-Irreversibility; 6.1 Case Study: Eric Cropp; 7 Perpetual Incompleteness and Uncertainty of Knowledge; 7.1 Case Study: Mid Staffordshire; 8 What Does This Mean for Heroes and Villains in Complex Socio-technical Systems?; 9 Conclusion; References
  • 4 Patient Safety and Disaster Forensics: Understanding Complex Causality Through Actor Network EthnographyAbstract; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Actor Network Theory; 2 Case Studies; 2.1 2003 US/CAN Blackout; 2.2 Uberlingen Mid Air Collision; 3 Discussion; 3.1 Actor Network Theory; 3.2 Actor; 3.3 ANT Processes; 3.4 Resident Pathogens (US/Canada Blackout); 3.5 Hardwired Politics: Uberlingen Case; 3.6 Socio-technical Systems: EDIS and Patient Safety; 4 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; 5 The Fog of Battle in Risk and Crisis Communication: Towards the Goal of Interoperability in the Digital Age
  • Abstract1 Introduction; 2 Social Media as a Communication Tool; 2.1 The Fog of Communication; 2.2 Interoperability as Fog; 3 Communicating with Creative Clarity; 3.1 Quantitative Risk Assessment as a Guide to Action; 3.2 The Shape of Emergency Response-Augmenting Alpha-Numerics?; 4 Martial Metaphors as Communication Guides; 5 Ambiguity Will Clearly Prevail; 6 Discussion; 6.1 There Are Few Easy Answers; 7 Areas for Further Research and Action; 8 Conclusion; References; 6 Disaster Forensics: Governance, Adaptivity and Social Innovation; Abstract; 1 Introduction
Control code
SPR958121009
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (418)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319418476
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote

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