Hardware and software complex for forecasting the chemical situation

Keywords: hardware and software complex, chemical threat, information technology, modeling, incident, decision-making, situation assessment, notification

Abstract

Purpose: elucidation of the structure of the hardware and software complex, which implements an improved method of assessing the effectiveness of the chemical threat (incident) warning and notification system.

Method: empirical, theoretical, systemic.

Findings: the developed special hardware and software complex will allow to increase the accuracy and efficiency of the substantiation of proposals for chemical protection of the population and the personnel of the defense forces.

Theoretical implications: increasing the efficiency of the system of collecting, processing and exchanging information about the chemical situation.

Papertype: descriptive and research.

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2023-10-31
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Bevziuk, A., & Nikitin, A. (2023). Hardware and software complex for forecasting the chemical situation. Social Development and Security, 13(5), 200-209. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2023.13.5.19
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