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Contribution of UML language for studying crisis cell organizations

Abstract : Crisis management has become an essential activity for all public and private organizations. It is most often based on a specific tool called "crisis cell". That aims to implement precautions of anticipation, vigilance and intervention to meet the targets. Recent studies indicate that over 50 years, catastrophic events have increased (Birnbaum, 2002; Hoyois, 2007 in Dautun 2007). In France, the crisis management plans are deployed to ensure an optimal state of readiness in case of a crisis. However, these plans do not guarantee optimal performance of crisis units. Crisis cells may become particularly vulnerable, and unable to fulfill their missions according to the event. This article aims to propose a methodology, primarily based on systems thinking to understand the vulnerability of the crisis cell and assess the performance of crisis management at the municipal level.
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Dalanda Lachtar, Emmanuel Garbolino. Contribution of UML language for studying crisis cell organizations. ISCRAM 2011 - 8 th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, May 2011, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-00728380⟩



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