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“…The experience as well as interviews with practitioners during the DISASTER (Data Interoperability Solution At STakeholders Emergency Reaction) project shows that sharing information and coordination between international workforces and dealing with a large amount of information in a highly dynamic environment is one of the most challenging tasks in emergency management. This is due to the fact that decision makers operate in a given framework of reference in which they are trained, allowing them to make quick, efficient and effective decisions (Muhren and Van de Walle, 2010). Enabling interoperability between different systems -both technical and cultural -allows decision makers to make sense of a situation in their own terms of references and enables swifter, more effective and more efficient emergency management.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The experience as well as interviews with practitioners during the DISASTER (Data Interoperability Solution At STakeholders Emergency Reaction) project shows that sharing information and coordination between international workforces and dealing with a large amount of information in a highly dynamic environment is one of the most challenging tasks in emergency management. This is due to the fact that decision makers operate in a given framework of reference in which they are trained, allowing them to make quick, efficient and effective decisions (Muhren and Van de Walle, 2010). Enabling interoperability between different systems -both technical and cultural -allows decision makers to make sense of a situation in their own terms of references and enables swifter, more effective and more efficient emergency management.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A plain translation or standardization is thus not suitable to satisfy the different complex management structures. These data need serious interpretation by the user to be understood and put into a correct context and reference frame (Muhren and Van de Walle, 2010). It is important that such a reference frame is crucial for the sense-making process of the decision maker.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%