Svoboda Oldrich, Svoboda Oldrich, Urbanek Jiri J.



Computational Algorithm as a Possible Support of Emergency Communication

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Article reflects the need of evaluation of emergency preparedness and responsiveness of emergency plans in the case of emergency and also new threats to influence societal security and continuity of the development of communities, especially municipalities with extended powers (MEP) and their local administrative offices. The attention is focused on education and exercises like a crises readiness tools and especially on the emergency communication using computational algorithm support within the scope of transferring priority communication. The article also serves to defining specific future indicators which will be able to assess the state of preparedness of the administrative district of MEP during crisis situations and also will offer new approach to crisis readiness.


crisis, preparedness, emergency plan, municipality, population protection, readiness


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Krahulec Josef, Svoboda Oldrich, Urbanek Jiri J. (2016) Computational Algorithm as a Possible Support of Emergency Communication. International Journal of Computers, 1, 127-129


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