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Titel (primär) Towards a flood risk assessment ontology – knowledge integration into a multi-criteria risk assessment approach
Autor Scheuer, S.; Haase, D.; Meyer, V.;
Journal / Serie Computers, Environment and Urban Systems
Erscheinungsjahr 2013
Department OEKON; CLE;
Band/Volume 37
Sprache englisch;
POF III (gesamt) T13;
Keywords Ontology; Flood risk assessment; Knowledge; Stakeholder; Risk mapping
UFZ Querschnittsthemen RU6
Abstract Flood risk management must rely on a proper and encompassing flood risk assessment, which possibly reflects the individual characteristics of all elements at risk of being flooded. In addition to prevalent expert knowledge, such an approach must also rely on local knowledge. In this context, stakeholder preferences for risk assessment indicators and assessment deliverables hold great importance but are often neglected. This paper proposes to put this body of information into operation in form of a knowledge base, thereby making it accessible and reusable in multi-criteria risk assessment. Selected use cases discuss the advantages of such a semantically enhanced assessment approach.

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Scheuer, S., Haase, D., Meyer, V. (2013):
Towards a flood risk assessment ontology – knowledge integration into a multi-criteria risk assessment approach
Comput. Environ. Urban Syst. 37 , 82 - 94