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Title: Open Collaboration Framework centric to Federated Cloud for Smart Earth : on Case of Disaster Mitigation and Environment Technology
Authors: 姜國輝
Chiang, Johannes K.
Yen, Eric
Contributors: 資管系
Keywords: Sustainable Development;Disaster Mitigation and Environment Technology;Federated Cloud;Open Collaboration Framework;Open API and Platform Economy;Digital Transformation
Date: 2021-08
Issue Date: 2021-09-22 10:20:43 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Smart Earth becomes the most important issue of the world under the umbrella of Sustainable development. Among others, Disaster Mitigation Competence Centre (DMCC) and Environment Computing stands for the top first vision of EU and UN. The vision of DMCC+ is pursuing humanity sustainable development in Asia by reducing the impacts of natural disasters. Centred on the primary barrier of disaster mitigation, DMCC+ aims to build up capacity of disaster risk analysis by deeper understanding and innovative simulation services. DMCC+ aims to conduct case studies on tsunami, storm surge, flood, forest fire monitoring and dust transportation and demonstrating the use of deeper understanding and advanced numerical simulation approaches. Besides environmental aspect, we also bring economic aspect into the framework, viz. Open API and Platform Economy, which may leads to the digital transformation of DMCC and Environment Computing System. A knowledge-oriented hazard risk assessment approach based on deeper understanding of the root cause and drivers of a hazard is developed and verified in this study. The open collaboration framework consists of case study, simulation facility and knowledge base to carry out the hazard assessment by this approach has been initiated. Several case studies of different types in different countries were implemented. Simulation facility is built from the requirements of the target case study. Design of the knowledge base for disaster assessment by compiling all the materials and resources from case studies in an organized way is also proposed. A positive feedback loop is formed by the case study, simulation facility and knowledge base. Both the knowledge to the hazard physical processes and the simulation facility will progressively reinforced by the growing of case studies. Through integration and share of data, simulation facility and innovative applications, workflow, and details of computational environment that generate published findings in open trusted repositories from the open collaboration platform, an open science platform for disaster mitigation would be realized.
Relation: ICIM2021, 中華民國資訊管理學會
Data Type: conference
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