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Nowcasting of Earthquake Consequences Using Big Social Data

Messages posted to social media in the aftermath of a natural disaster have value beyond detecting the event itself. Mining such deliberately dropped digital traces allows a precise situational awareness, to help provide a timely estimate of the disaster’s consequences on the population and infrastructures. Yet, to date, the automatic assessment of damage has received little attention. Here, the authors explore feeding predictive models by tweets conveying on-the-ground social sensors’ observations, to nowcast the perceived intensity of earthquakes.
IEEE Internet Computing, 2017

Autori esterni: Marco Avvenuti (Università di Pisa), Carlo Meletti (INGV)
Autori IIT:

Mariantonietta Noemi La Polla

Foto di Mariantonietta Noemi La Polla

Tipo: Contributo in rivista ISI
Area di disciplina: Computer Science & Engineering

File: w5cre.pdf

Attività: Social Media Analysis