Scenario Violation As Gaps Between Activity Patterns
In this paper, we propose interactive and visual discovery method of hidden factors for accidents or incidents. Accidents or incidents tend to occur because of very small differences from an ideal situation. From the above viewpoint, we introduce scenario violation model and regard scenario violation as a gap from the proper scenario. Previously, we proposed abduction-based scenario violation determination strategy, but in this paper, we adopt the Kamishibai-KeyGraph to analyze multiple patterns at the same time. Then, we show a gap discovery procedure by using the Kamishibai-KeyGraph.
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Volume (Year): 06 (2010)
Issue (Month): 02 ()
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