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Urban Planning with the Combined Method of Perception-Driven Joint Learning Approach (PeDJoLA) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Model for Disaster Mitigation

Abstract : This paper is aimed at disaster risk management in urban government. The combined method of Perception-Driven Joint Learning Approach (PeDJoLA) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) model and were developed for disaster risk management in urban government purposes. The PeDJoLA model served as the basis for investigating disaster vulnerability of existing settlements and identifying areas for new settlements in cities. This method has six main elements of the development process of risk management capacity, dynamic process based on the cities perception, and leading to shape the understanding and assessment of geospatial information. The use of GIS model is only as an additional tool so that data and detailed. In fact, disaster risk management activities require a very high cost. The measurement of the level of expertise of municipal especially in relation to disaster risk management should be developed.
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Rahmat Sembiring, Benny Nasution, M. Syahruddin, Afritha Amelia, Bakti Sundawa, et al.. Urban Planning with the Combined Method of Perception-Driven Joint Learning Approach (PeDJoLA) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Model for Disaster Mitigation. 1st International Conference on Information Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction (ITDRR), Nov 2016, Sofia, Bulgaria. pp.139-146, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-68486-4_11⟩. ⟨hal-03213123⟩

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