David Mendonça
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Decision support for improvisation in response to extreme events: Learning from the response to the 2001 World Trade Center attack
D Mendonça
Decision support systems 43 (3), 952-967, 2007
Collaborative adhocracies and mix-and-match technologies in emergency management
D Mendonça, T Jefferson, J Harrald
Communications of the ACM 50 (3), 44-49, 2007
Decision support for improvisation during emergency response operations
D Mendonca, GEG Beroggi, WA Wallace
International journal of emergency management 1 (1), 30-38, 2001
A cognitive model of improvisation in emergency management
DJ Mendonca, W Al Wallace
IEEE Transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics-Part A: Systems and …, 2007
Studying organizationally-situated improvisation in response to extreme events
D Mendonça, WA Wallace
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 22 (2), 5-30, 2004
Impacts of the 2001 world trade center attack on New York City critical infrastructures
D Mendonça, WA Wallace
Journal of Infrastructure Systems 12 (4), 260-270, 2006
Managing disruptions to critical interdependent infrastructures in the context of the 2001 World Trade Center attack
WA Wallace, D Mendonca, EE Lee, JE Mitchell, J Chow
Beyond September 11th: An account of post-disaster research, 165-198, 2003
Designing gaming simulations for the assessment of group decision support systems in emergency response
D Mendonça, GEG Beroggi, D Van Gent, WA Wallace
Safety Science 44 (6), 523-535, 2006
Training for improvisation in emergency management: Opportunities and limits for information technology
D Mendonça, F Fiedrich
International Journal of Emergency Management 3 (4), 348-363, 2006
Cognition in jazz improvisation: An exploratory study
D Mendonça, WA Wallace
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 26 (26), 2004
Measures of resilient performance
D Mendonca
Resilience Engineering Perspectives, Volume 1, 43-62, 2016
Factors underlying organizational resilience: The case of electric power restoration in New York City after 11 September 2001
D Mendonça, WA Wallace
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 141, 83-91, 2015
Timely knowledge elicitation from geographically separate, mobile experts during emergency response
D Mendonça, R Rush, WA Wallace
Safety Science 35 (1-3), 193-208, 2000
Adaptive capacity: electric power restoration in New York City following the 11 September 2001 attacks
D Mendonca, WA Wallace
Proceedings of the Second Resilience Engineering Symposium. Juan-Les-Pins …, 2006
Evaluating support for improvisation in simulated emergency scenarios
D Mendonca, GEG Beroggi, WA Wallace
36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003 …, 2003
Cognitive Correlates of Improvised Behaviour in Disaster Response: the Cases of the M urrah Building and the W orld T rade C enter
D Mendonça, G Webb, C Butts, J Brooks
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 22 (4), 185-195, 2014
Impact of the 2001 World Trade Center attack on critical interdependent infrastructures
D Mendonça, EE Lee, WA Wallace
2004 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (IEEE Cat …, 2004
Development of a decision logic to support group improvisation: an application to emergency response
D Mendonça, WA Wallace
Proceedings of the 35th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System …, 2002
Comparing the efficacy of ranking methods for multiple round-robin tournaments
D Mendonça, M Raghavachari
European Journal of Operational Research 123 (3), 593-605, 2000
Patterns of group information seeking in a simulated emergency response environment
Q Gu, D Mendonça
Proceedings of the 2nd international ISCRAM conference, Brussels, Belgium, 2005
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