The Pennsylvania State University Dr. Guido Cervone - Abstract This proposals defines a methodology to compute the uncertainty of social media during CBRNE emergencies. Several recent works have suggested the importance of social media during emergencies, but they generally fail to quantify the uncertainty of the different sources and their temporal importance. This proposal suggest a first step into understanding what is the limit of information that can be extracted from social media, other contributed sources, and official measurements. A case study is proposed to study different social media sources associated with the March 2011 atmospheric nuclear release occurred at the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plan. 1
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