This use case shows the value added of the PLAY platform in the context of the response to a nuclear crisis. It consists in the construction of a simulation tool to validate the complex- event processing architecture and the associated platform.
- The heterogeneity of actors is taken into account. Actors involved operate with their own information system, which may already use web services, but may also be fairly basic.
The multiplicity of actors, the volume and heterogeneity of information exchanged and the complexity of the situation in this use case enable a sound and comprehensive demonstration of PLAY’s contribution.
PLAY provides an increased situational awareness, together with a timely and adequate diffusion of relevant information to actors.
The simulation tool will be based on ESB technology and on web-services orchestration to simulate various collaborative workflows, actors’ behaviors and events production.
Use Case Description:
A large quantity of radioactive substance is accidentally released in the atmosphere, due to a critical accident in a French nuclear plant. The multiplicity and diversity of actors involved, the volume and heterogeneity of information, the critical dependencies between actions as well as the dynamics of the situation make the situation more complex.
Figure 1 : Actors and events of the use case
Each actor on the field has a delegate in the crisis cell, or decision centre. The aim of our simulation tool is to facilitate coordination between actors. To simulate this coordination between actors, the prototype is based on specific information systems. Those specificities include :
Matthieu Lauras, Roland Stühmer, Yiannis Verginadis, and Frederick Benaben. Proceedings of the 6th IEEE Int. Conf. on Digital Ecosystems and Technologies for Complex Systems, Environment, and Service Engineering IEEE-DEST 2012, (2012)
Anne-Marie Barthe, Frederick Benaben, Sebastien Truptil, Jean-Pierre Lorre, and Herve Pingaud. Workshop Advanced results in MDI/SOA innovation in IWEI 2011 Third International IFIP Working Conference Interoperability and Future Internet for Next-Generation Enterprises, Stockholm, (2011)
Anne-Marie Barthe, Matthieu Lauras, and Frederick Benaben. 8th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management : From early-warning systems to preparedness and training, Lisbon, (2011)
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