Raj Prasanna
Raj Prasanna
Senior Lecturer/ Deputy Director (Teaching)
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On-site information systems design for emergency first responders
L Yang, R Prasanna, M King
Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (JITTA) 10 (1), 2, 2009
912009
Mobile applications in crisis informatics literature: A systematic review
ML Tan, R Prasanna, K Stock, G Hudson-Doyle,Emma, Leonard, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2017
712017
Factors affecting the acceptance of information systems supporting emergency operations centres
R Prasanna, TJ Huggins
Computers in Human Behavior 57 (April 2016), 168-181, 2016
662016
GDIA: A cognitive task analysis protocol to capture the information requirements of emergency first responders
R Prasanna, L Yang, M King
Proceedings of the 6th International ISCRAM Conference, 10-13, 2009
332009
Modelling predictors of earthquake hazard preparedness in Nepal
M Adhikari, D Paton, D Johnston, R Prasanna, ST McColl
Procedia engineering 212, 910-917, 2018
212018
Guidance for developing human–computer interfaces for supporting fire emergency response
R Prasanna, L Yang, M King
Risk Management 15 (3), 155-179, 2013
212013
Evaluation of a software prototype for supporting fire emergency response.
R Prasanna, L Yang, M King
ISCRAM, 2011
202011
Quality Management and Supply Chain Management Practices towards Operational Performance: A Study of the Rubber Manufacturing Industry of Sri Lanka
U Jayalatha, GD Samarasinghe, GN Kuruppu, R Prasanna, HSC Perera
Colombo Business Journal 8 (02), 20-41, 2017
162017
Situation awareness oriented user interface design for fire emergency response
L Yang, R Prasanna, M King
Journal of Emergency Management 7 (1), 1, 2009
152009
Opportunities for WSN for facilitating fire emergency response
Y Yang, R Prasanna, L Yang, A May
2010 Fifth International Conference on Information and Automation for …, 2010
122010
Understanding end-users' perspectives: Towards developing usability guidelines for disaster apps
ML Tan, R Prasanna, K Stock, EEH Doyle, G Leonard, D Johnston
Progress in Disaster Science 7, 100118, 2020
102020
Enacting “accountability in collaborative governance”: lessons in emergency management and earthquake recovery from the 2010–2011 Canterbury Earthquakes
K Jayasinghe, CM Kenney, R Prasanna, J Velasquez
Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, 2020
102020
Integrated information management system model for emergency response
RKR Prasanna, L Yang, M King
Proc. 13th Internat. Conf. Automation Comput., Staffordshire University …, 2007
92007
Scoping the potential for Earthquake Early Warning in Aotearoa New Zealand: A sectoral analysis of perceived benefits and challenges
JS Becker, S Potter, R Prasanna, ML Tan, BA Payne, C Holden, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2020
82020
Usability Factors Affecting the Continuance Intention of Disaster Apps
ML Tan, R Prasanna, K Stock, E Hudson-Doyle, G Leonard, D Johnston
ISCRAM Asia Pacific 2018: Innovating for Resilience – 1st International …, 2018
82018
GDIA: Eliciting information requirements in emergency first response
L Yang, R Prasanna, M King
Requirements Engineering, 1-18, 2014
82014
Volunteered Geographic Information for people-centred severe weather early warning: A literature review
S Harrison, S Potter, R Prasanna, EEH Doyle, D Johnston
Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies 24 (1), 3-21, 2020
62020
Modified Usability Framework for Disaster Apps: A Qualitative Thematic Analysis of User Reviews
ML Tan, R Prasanna, K Stock, EEH Doyle, G Leonard, D Johnston
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 2020
62020
Enhancing the usability of a disaster app: exploring the perspective of the public as users.
ML Tan, R Prasanna, K Stock, E Hudson-Doyle, G Leonard, D Johnston
ISCRAM, 2019
62019
Information Technologies Supporting Emergency Management Controllers in New Zealand
TJ Huggins, R Prasanna
Sustainability 12 (9), 3716, 2020
52020
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