Events at public beaches are one of the most popular recreational activities of local communities and international visitors in all places around the world. Amongst others, the beach safety management in protected areas needs support towards continuous analysis and decision making on incidents at the beach areas. There is a lack of available standard models to assist data scientists to represent analytics models including different spheres of interplay domain variables related to beach safety management. Using the Design Science Research Methodology (DSRM), we developed ontological models that facilitate a unified representation and maintenance analytics models. We contribute to the ontology design theory for analytics models underlying analytics systems for beach safety management domain. Our research findings can be used in the general class of ontology design problem for analytics systems in practice.
Fahmideh, Mahdi; Beydoun, Ghassan; Bandara, Madhushi; Ahmad, Aakash; Khan, Arif; and Shrestha, Anup, "Role of ontologies in beach safety management analytics systems" (2022). PACIS 2022 Proceedings. 101.
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