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Information Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction 6th IFIP WG 5.15 International Conference, ITDRR 2021 Morioka, Japan, October 25–27, 2021
Jun Sasaki, Yuko Murayama, Dimiter Velev, Plamena Zlateva
Front Matter

Information Analysis for Situation Awareness

Automatic Calculation of Damage Rate of Roofs Based on Image Segmentation
Shono Fujita, Michinori Hatayama
Flood Disaster Mitigation System Adopting Meteorological Data and Geographic Information Systems
Haruki Kanai, Kayoko Yamamoto
Flood Disaster Management System for Situation Awareness and Response Using Twitter Data
Manzu Gerald, Kayoko Yamamoto

Evacuation and Rescue

Proposed Evacuation Behavior Model Using Open-Source Data: Flood Disaster Case Study
Makoto Kitsuya, Jun Sasaki
Agent-Based Tsunami Crowd Evacuation Simulation for Analysis of Evacuation Start Time and Disaster Rate in Zushi City
Yasuo Kawai
Rescue Strategy in Case of Large-Scale Flood Damage in the Koto Delta Region
Yoshihiro Terafuji, Michinori Hatayama

COVID-19 Issues

Trial of Building a Resilient Face-To-Face Classroom Based on CO2-Based Risk Awareness
Tomohiro Kokogawa
Analysis of Quote Retweets for COVID-19 State of Emergency Related Tweets Posted from Prefectural Governors’ Accounts in Japan
Keisuke Utsu, Natsumi Yagi, Airi Fukushima, Yuma Takemori, Atsushi Okazaki, Osamu Uchida
Insights from the COVID-19 Pandemic for Systemic Risk Assessment and Management
Jose J. Gonzalez, Colin Eden

IT Use for Risk and Disaster Management

Leveraging Geospatial Technology in Disaster Management
Manoj Rajan, S. Emily Prabha
Information Technologies for Assessing the Effectiveness of the Quarantine Measures
Igor Grebennik, Yevhen Hubarenko, Maksym Ananiev



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