Artificial intelligence-based service-oriented architectures (SOAs) for crisis management

DOMDOUZIS, Konstantinos (2018). Artificial intelligence-based service-oriented architectures (SOAs) for crisis management. In: HABIB, Maki, (ed.) Handbook of research on investigations in artificial life research and development. IGI Global. (In Press)

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The complexity of crisis-related situations requires the use of advanced technological infrastructures. In order to develop such infrastructures, specific architectures need to be applied such as the Service-oriented Architectures (SOAs). The purpose of this chapter is to indicate how SOAs can be used in modern Crisis Management systems, such as the ATHENA system. The chapter underlines the need for a detailed study of specific biological systems, such as the human brain's hippocampus which follows the current, intense attempts of improvement of the current Artificial Intelligence-based systems and the development of a new area in Artificial Intelligence. A number of conclusions are drawn on how biologically-inspired systems can benefit the development of Service-oriented Architectures.

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Departments - Does NOT include content added after October 2018: Faculty of Science, Technology and Arts > Department of Computing
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Depositing User: Konstantinos Domdouzis
Date Deposited: 23 May 2018 11:42
Last Modified: 18 Mar 2021 12:52

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