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1 Information Technology Thrust B.F. Spencer, Jr., UIUC S.J. Dyke, WUSTL

2 Presentation Overview MAEviz –Motivations and Benefits –Design & Model –Analyses –Result Views –Future Directions –Conclusions

3 What is MAEviz? An integration point for MAE Center research A CRM framework to reduce the time from EE research to practical analysis A state-of-the-art extensible spatial analysis environment

4 MAEviz Benefits MAEviz is a tool to coordinate planning and event mitigation, response, and recovery MAEviz provides framework to add new data and algorithms or update existing data and algorithms MAEviz has incorporated all submitted algorithms and data from the MAE Center researchers MAEviz is a practical application with a modern intuitive interface and multiple data views MAEviz provides a mechanism to analyze “ What if ” scenarios MAEviz is Open Source and incorporates the latest industry standards (OSGi, OGC, etc…)

5 MAEviz Basic Design MAEviz primary goal is to analyze and visualize independent data sources Data Visualization Analysis Execution MAEviz leverages other Open Source Projects Ktable sourceforge.net/projects/ktable/ geotools.org/ eclispe.org/rcpjasperreports.sourceforge.net/ vtk.org/ JFreeChart sourceforge.net/projects/jfreechart

6 MAEviz – Quick View Main Window Synchronized Data Views 2D & 3D Views Result Charting Style Editor Data Catalog Scenario Browser

7 The MAEviz Model Hazard Definition Inventory Selection Fragility Models Damage Prediction Decision Support Inputs - Hazards, Inventory, Fragility Models Output - Damage Prediction, Reporting, Decision Support MAEviz Implements Consequence-Based Risk Management (CRM)..

8 MAEviz Base Inputs - Hazards Hazards Source –USGS maps & Maps generated from attenuation relationships –may be scenario or probabilistic Scenario Earthquake Source: –Scientific community –Deterministic calculation, the user selects an appropriate attenuation relationship. Attenuation FunctionApplicable Region / Event Campbell and Bozorgnia 2006 Boore and Atkinson 2006 Chiou and Youngs 2006 New Generation Attenuation (NGA) Atkinson and Boore (1995) Toro et al (1997) Frankel et al (1996) Campbell (2002) Sommerville et al (2002) CEUS Abrahamson and Silva (1997): Hanging Wall Sadigh, Chang, Egan, Makdisi, and Young (1997) Boore, Joyner and Fumal (1997) Spudich et al. (1999) Campbell & Bozorgnia (2003) WUS Shallow Crustal Event - Extensional Abrahamson and Silva (1997): Hanging Wall Sadigh, Chang, Egan, Makdisi, and Young (1997) Boore, Joyner and Fumal (1997) Campbell & Bozorgnia (2003) WUS Shallow Crustal Event – Non-Extensional Youngs, Chiou, Silva and Humphrey (1997) WUS Cascadia Subduction Event Sadigh, Chang, Egan, Makdisi, and Young (1997) Kalkan and Gulkan 2004 Ozbey et al 2004 Ulusay et al Turkey

9 MAEviz Base Input - Inventory, Terrain, Networks Source - Public data, Tax assessor data or inferences from aerial photography Inventory - buildings, bridges, pipelines, dams, hospitals, power plants, etc Terrain – satellite digital terrain maps for any region anywhere Network information - transportation, gas, water, electricity, telecommunications, etc.

10 MAEviz Base Input - Fragilities Source of fragilities –scientific data, research papers, derived from observations, experiments or simulations Engineering Models Fragility –Dependent on the inventory content –evaluate probability of reaching limit states of damage Social-Economic Models Fragility –Uses relationships between physical and socio-economic losses to establish impact society Engineering Damage Limit State

11 Approximately 40 Analysis Types, Including: –Building –Bridge –Hazard –Lifeline –Socioeconomic MAEviz Analyses Building Related Analysis

12 Building and Bridge Analyses Bridge –Cost Benefit Analysis * –Damage –Functionality –Repair Cost * –Retrofit Cost Estimation * Building –Cost Benefit Analysis * –Direct Economic Damage –Liquefaction Analysis (HAZUS) –Liquefaction Analysis (Memphis, TN only) –Non-Structural and Content Damage (generalized) –Repair Cost * –Retrofit Cost Estimation –Structural Damage * Unique to MAEviz

13 Decision Support & GIS Analyses Decision Support –Equivalent Cost * –Multi Attribute Utility * –Network Based Seismic Retrofit Analysis * Static Traffic Model Dynamic Traffic Modeling via Vista –Utility Analysis * GIS –Aggregate features to regions –Digital Elevation Model Slope Map –Overlay: Intersection * Unique to MAEviz

14 Hazard and Lifeline Analyses Hazard –Create Scenario Earthquake –Generate Liquefaction Potential Index (LPI) Map (Shelby, TN) Lifeline –Buried Pipeline Damage –Electric Power Facility Damage (HAZUS Style) –Electric Power Plant Loss –Electric Substation Damage –Potable Water Facility Damage (HAZUS Style) –Utility Network Builder * –Water Tank Damage –Interdependent Network Analysis * Service Flow Reduction * Connectivity Loss * * Unique to MAEviz

15 Socioeconomic Analyses Socioeconomic –Business Content Loss –Business Interruption Loss –Business Inventory Loss –Fiscal Impact * –Household and Population Dislocation –Shelter Requirements –Short Term Shelter Needs –Social Vulnerability * –Temporary Housing * * Unique to MAEviz

16 MAEviz - Analysis View Easy to understand the analysis workflow User configurable analysis defaults Users can run multiple analyses simultaneously

17 MAEviz Results - Reporting Multiple Report Types Generates PDF, HTML, Excel, …

18 Decision Support - Data Aggregation Monetary Loss by Census Tract Injuries ($) by Census Tract Deaths ($) by Census Tract Building Dataset –Memphis Building Inventory (w/out single family homes) Event –Magnitude 7.9 Earthquake at Blytheville, AR Analysis –Equivalent Cost Analysis Death = $5,000,000 per Injury = $1,500,000 per Function loss = $100,000 per sq. ft. per day

19 Saved Scenarios and Analysis Templates Scenarios are saved locally with relevant data and user inputs Scenarios can be published and shared Individual analyses are saved with all parameters allowing the user to change one parameter, re-run and compare results

20 Future Directions Version 3.0 (June 2008) –Dynamic Traffic Modeling –Temporary Housing Algorithm –Interdependent Network Analysis Connectivity Loss Service Flow Reduction –HAZUS Building and Bridge Data Integration –HAZUS Pipeline Lifeline Analyses Version 3.1 (Sept 2008) –Analysis Validation Framework –Data Provenance –Custom Report Generation

21 Conclusion MAEviz is a next-generation collaborative environment to link research and engineering to decision makers MAEviz represents new era of analysis and risk assessment tools MAEviz modular and extensible and can support other analyses and hazard types (water, wind, etc.) Continued open source development will only improve the capabilities available to the community MAEviz is a platform for continuing community development in risk mitigation analysis

22 MAEviz PIs Bill Spencer Jim Myers PM Terry McLaren Software Team: Chris Navarro Shawn Hampton Jong Sung Lee Nathan Tolbert


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