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Provenance: VAST Challenge 2008
Title: MC4 - Evacuation Traces


Description:

In August 2007, a small improvised explosive device was set off at a Miami, Florida Department of Health (DOH) building, resulting in casualties and moderate damage. This DOH branch has recently been involved in conflicts with local Paraiso religious groups over the attempts by DOH to provide medical care to Paraiso children in public schools and other public facilities. The Paraiso religion is a growing movement in Florida and other southern states. The Paraiso movement is steadfastly opposed to state-administered health care, insisting all health care must be provided at home by the family.

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Dataset available at:
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Solution:
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Contacts:
Georges Grinstein, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Catherine Plaisant, HCIL, University of Maryland
Jean Scholtz, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Total uses: 19
Used by:
Beijing University - GeoTemporalNet
Carnegie Mellon
Fraunhofer Institute IAIS
Award: Award for Tool Integration
National University of Singapore - VASu
Oculus Info Inc
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory - CORE
Palantir Technologies
Pennsylvania State University - NEVAC
SPADAC
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville - Staini
Award: Award for Innovative Trace Visualization
Space Dynamics Laboratory - EVT (Evacuation Visual
Texas Advanced Computing Center
University of Bari-IVU Lab
Award: Award for User Testing to Obtain Consensus
University of California, Davis
University of Illinois National Center for Superc
University of Washington - PARVAC Team
VRVis - ComVis
Victoria University of Wellington
Vision Systems and Technology - Prajna Project

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