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Geovisual Analytics Environment for Supporting the Resilience of Maritime Surveillance System

Abstract : This paper presents an original approach for supporting the resilience in Maritime Domain Awareness, based on geovisual analytics. While many research projects focus on developing rules for detecting anomalies at by automated means, there is no support to visual exploration led by human operators. We investigate the use of visual methods for analyzing mobility data of ships. Behaviors of interest can be known (modeled) or unknown, asking for various ways of visualizing and studying the information. We assume that supporting the use of geovisual analytics will make the exploration and the analysis process easier, reducing the cognitive load of the tasks led by the actors of maritime surveillance. The detection and the identification of threats at sea are improved by using adequate visualization methods, regarding the context of use. Our suggested framework is based on ontologies for maritime domain awareness and geovisual analytics environments, coupled to rules.
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Gabriel Vatin, Eric Rigaud, Aldo Napoli. Geovisual Analytics Environment for Supporting the Resilience of Maritime Surveillance System. CESUN 2014, 4th International Engineering Systems Symposium, Jun 2014, Hoboken, NJ, United States. 7 p. ⟨hal-01017018⟩



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