High-Level Specification of a Proposed Information Architecture for Support of a Bioterrorism Early-Warning System
Current information systems for use in detecting bioterrorist attacks lack a consistent, overarching information architecture. An overview of the use of biological agents as weapons during a bioterrorist attack is presented. Proposed are the design, development, and implementation of a medical informatics system to mine pertinent databases, retrieve relevant data, invoke appropriate biostatistical and epidemiological software packages, and automatically analyze these data. The top-level information architecture is presented. Systems requirements and functional specifications for this level are presented. Finally, future studies are identified.
Southern Medical Journal
Berkowitz, Murray R., "High-Level Specification of a Proposed Information Architecture for Support of a Bioterrorism Early-Warning System" (2013). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 167.
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