Towards Crisis Response and Intervention Using Knowledge Graphs - CRISP Case Study
Data plays a critical role in crisis response and intervention efforts by providing decision-makers with timely, accurate, and actionable information. During a crisis, data can help organizations and crisis managers identify the most affected populations, track the spread of the crisis, and monitor the effectiveness of their response efforts.
We introduce the CRISP Knowledge Graph, constructed from various data resources provided by different stakeholders involved in crisis and disaster management, which presents a uniform view of infrastructure, networks, and services pertinent to crisis management use cases.
We also present preliminary results for network and infrastructure analysis which demonstrate how the CRISP KG can address the requirements of crisis management and urban resilience scenarios.
A. Anjomshoaa, H. Schuster, J. Wachs, A. Polleres, Towards Crisis Response and Intervention Using Knowledge Graphs – CRISP Case Study, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) 482 (2023).
This publication was supported by the following project(s):
- FFG, Project No. # FO999887554