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Leveraging Mobile Context for Effective Collaboration and Task Management in Disaster Response
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  • Faisal Luqman, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Martin L Griss, Carnegie Mellon University
Date of Original Version
1-1-2010
Type
Article
Abstract or Description
Collaboration and task management is challenging in distributed, dynamically-formed teams, typical in large scale disaster response scenarios. Ineffective collaboration may result in poor performance and possible loss of life. In this paper, we present Overseer, an agent-based system that exploits context information from mobile devices to facilitate collaboration and task allocation. We describe our system architecture and show how mobile context can be used to create dynamic role-based assignments to support collaboration and effective task management.
Citation Information
Faisal Luqman and Martin L Griss. "Leveraging Mobile Context for Effective Collaboration and Task Management in Disaster Response" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/martin_griss/12/