DESIGN OF APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE FOR SPATIAL INFORMATION BASED VOLCANIC DISASTER RESPONSE SYSTEM
The Korean Government has executed the research project named “The development of volcanic disaster response system”. The phase I of this project was completed at 2015. From the year 2015, phase II of the project has been executed. The goal of the phase II is advancing the system which was developed at phase I. This paper deals with the design of application architecture for spatial information based volcanic disaster response system. First, we analyses application architecture of phase I system. Next, users’ requirements are analysed. Main requirements are three. One is extending spatial scope for volcanos. Another is developing real-time processing model for direct disaster. The other is multi-scenarios based processing. User’s requirements are stepped down to variable levels to adjusted application architecture in the system. Finally, we design altered application architecture comparing with architecture of phase I system and users’ requirements. The results of this research could be used for detail design of technical architectures (DA/SA/HA/NA).