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Title: Microsituations as part of the formalization of avalanche climate to avalanche-riskiness and avalanche-safety classes in the emergency situations separation
Authors: Ahmad, Mohammad Ayaz
Kuzemin, Olexandr
Lyashenko, Vyacheslav
Ahmad, N. Ameer
Keywords: Avalanche
Modeling Microsituations
Forecasting
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: International Journal of Advanced Research
Citation: M. Ayaz Ahmad, Oleksandr Kuzomin, Vyacheslav Lyashenko and N. Ameer Ahamad, “Microsituations as part of the formalization of avalanche climate to avalanche-riskiness and avalanche-safety classes in the emergency situations separation”, International Journal of Advanced Research, Vol. 3(4), pp. 684 -691, 2015.
Abstract: Need to ensure the safety of human life is inextricably linked to the various emergencies studies and experimental analysis. One of the most emergencies manifestations is avalanching. In this case, analysis and forecasting of avalanches is still quite challenging. This is due to the fact that the solution of such problems is largely determined by adequate and interconnected representation of existing diversity of avalanches parameters occurrence. To solve this problem, we consider the concept of microsituat ions, which is used for a formalized description of emergency avalanche climate, dividing it into avalanche-riskiness and avalanche-safety classes. As a result of such a description was developed a method for the distribution of avalanche climate emergencies to avalanche-riskiness and avalanche safety classes, was proposed the considered method implementation scheme for selection of avalanche-riskiness and avalanche-safety classes from the analyzed set of emergencies.
URI: http://openarchive.nure.ua/handle/document/2050
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