Cultural heritage protection against floods using the business object relation modelling
by Armend Qerimi; Marek Pícka; Vojtěch Merunka; Jaroslav Nouza
International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Management and Informatics (IJSAMI), Vol. 8, No. 1, 2022

Abstract: This paper deals with the use of business object relation modelling (BORM) methods in crisis management. Restoring the damage caused by natural disasters is not only expensive but in the case of cultural values, losses are incalculable. For this reason, it is crucial to have an accurate roadmap that is feasible and understandable to those who have not been involved in its development. This paper demonstrates the use of BORM method in planning a successful solution to emergency situations such as flood crises. The floods plan of the Czech Republic is based on a sketch diagram developed using the information gathered from individual consultations with participants. This diagram demonstrates the business processes, i.e., scenarios of BORM methods. The plan highlights steps to be taken in the implementation of BORM methods in future crisis management.

Online publication date: Mon, 23-May-2022

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