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A Dynamic, Data-Driven, Decision Support System for Emergency Medical Services

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A Dynamic, Data-Driven, Decision Support System for Emergency Medical Services
In crisis, decisions must be made in human perceptual timeframes under pressure to respond to dynamic uncertain conditions. To be effective management must have access to real time environmental data in a form that can be immediately understood and acted upon. The emerging computing model of Dynamic Data-Driven Application Systems (DDDAS) fits well in crisis situations where rapid decision-making is essential. We explore the value of a DDDAS (iRevive) in support of emergency medical treatment decisions in response to a crisis. This complex multi-layered dynamic environment both feeds and responds to an ever-changing stream of real-time data that enables coordinated decision-making by heterogeneous personnel across a wide geography at the same time.
Mark Gaynor, Margo I. Seltzer, Steve Moulton, Jim
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICCS
Authors Mark Gaynor, Margo I. Seltzer, Steve Moulton, Jim Freedman
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