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AuthorV., Zverovich
AuthorL., Mahdjoubi
AuthorP., Boguslawski
AuthorF., Fadli
AuthorH., Barki
Available date2021-09-01T10:02:39Z
Publication Date2016
Publication NameComputer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering
ResourceScopus
URIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mice.12197
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/22336
AbstractThe extreme importance of emergency response in complex buildings during natural and human-induced disasters has been widely acknowledged. In particular, there is a need for efficient algorithms for finding safest evacuation routes, which would take into account the 3-D structure of buildings, their relevant semantics, and the nature and shape of hazards. In this article, we propose algorithms for safest routes and balanced routes in buildings, where an extreme event with many epicenters is occurring. In a balanced route, a trade-off between route length and hazard proximity is made. The algorithms are based on a novel approach that integrates a multiattribute decision-making technique, Dijkstra's classical algorithm and the introduced hazard proximity numbers, hazard propagation coefficient and proximity index for a route.
Languageen
PublisherBlackwell Publishing Inc.
SubjectAlgorithms
SubjectDecision making
SubjectEconomic and social effects
SubjectHazards
SubjectSemantics
Subject3D structures
SubjectAutomated selection
SubjectComplex buildings
SubjectEmergency response
SubjectEvacuation routes
SubjectExtreme events
SubjectMulti attribute decision making
SubjectPropagation coefficients
SubjectEmergency services
Subjectalgorithm
Subjectautomation
Subjectbuilding
Subjectdisaster management
TitleEmergency Response in Complex Buildings: Automated Selection of Safest and Balanced Routes
TypeArticle
Pagination617-632
Issue Number8
Volume Number31


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