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Vol.5 No.1 previous AA SP9 (59-60-61-62-63-64-65-66)-67-NT 56 -57

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Regular Paper Vol.5No.2 (2013) p.138 - p.145

Revising Scenario Map for Plant Management via Interaction of Stakeholders’ Intentions and Constraints

Yukio OHSAWA1, Sayuri TAYA1
1School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-8656
The purpose of this study is to put knowledge of plant safety together and make a map that will help to understand a system of plant and notice new links among components. This map, called the scenario map, can be used for aiding the chance discoveries - decision of various stakeholders of the system based on their awareness of latent dynamics underlying observed events. The trustworthiness of their analysis will be also reinforced by linking relevant data to the nodes and lines in the graph. In order to have stakeholders be aware of information missed in available data, we invented a method of workshop and moved forward with a rough map of plant safety. The first phase attempts to externalize differences in the bodies of knowledge of each participant. In the second, introducing Tsugo Roulette (TR) – the core component of this paper -, latent dynamics where physical and social causalities emerge is externalized. Then participants revise the scenario map based on their thoughts by the second phase, to finally evaluate the utility of nodes and lines in the graph. In accordance with each phase, participants in the workshop could exchange their tsugoes - views of intentions and constraints - and realize new links or nodes to be evaluated highly by experts in the corresponding domain.

Note: This manuscript was prepared as an extended paper from the manuscript presented at International Conferenc on Maintenance Science and Technology (2012)
knowledge management, stakeholders
Full Paper: PDF EJAM Vol.5No.2 pp.138-145 "Revising Scenario Map for Plant Management via Interaction of Stakeholders’ Intentions and Constraints"

Article Information
Article history:
Received 13 November 2012
Accepted 20 August 2013