Literature Recommendations for analysis of integration of the components in Hydro GIS Model development framework
We have carried out research for the development of the HydroGIS model development framework for urban flood management. once components were identified for the framework, it was required to find the status of integrations and in what depth those integrations were studied. Then finding for the depth it employed tailored composite programming of MCDA. For the MCDA analysis, it is required to collect the literatures to examine the researchers' interest in integrations. Then under different categorisations literature were searched and gathered. The data published here explain under what categorisation it collected the data and what literatures were collected for each category. As all the literature were examined it can be recommended that those literature are representing the categories where they belong. The result has been published in the IESL engineers journal of IESL . As well this data set is considered as the 2nd version of Literature Recommendations for Research on HydroGIS Tool Development Framework for Urban Flood Management - version 1 . References:  R. M. M. Pradeep and N. T. S. Wijesekera, “Gaps in the accounting of stakeholder integrations in HydroGIS tools to face the challenge of sustainable urban flood management,” Eng. J. Inst. Eng. Sri Lanka, vol. LVI, no. 01, pp. 1–14, 2021.  R. M. M. Pradeep and N. T. S. Wijesekera, “Literature Recommendations for Research on HydroGIS Tool Development Framework for Urban Flood Management,” Rathmalana, 2020. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24399.30880.
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When searching the articles for conceptualizing the components of the hydro GIS model development framework, it developed keywords reviewing the study area's scope. Then select the most appropriate scientific databases for the research as IEEE, ScienceDirect, Springer and Taylor and Francis. Then advance search option of each database is activated and search for the criteria shown below. It used Harzing’s Publish or Perish® tool to retrieve the data for additional sources and JabRef® to manipulate the data. Further, it employed Snowballing techniques to identify additional literatures based on the cited articles of the search result articles. For this purpose, it used the “Semantic scholar®” online resource tool. Criteria Keywords: '"hydro" AND "GIS" AND "urban flood" AND "stakeholders"' Case sensitivity: No case sensitive Period : 1995-2020 Discipline: All Article’s preview available: Abstract or/and Full paper Springer Search Strings: https://link.springer.com/search?showAll=true&facet-start-year=1995&facet-end-year=2020&date-facet-mode=between&query=%22hydro%22+AND+%22gis%22+AND+%22urban+flood%22+AND+%22stakeholders%22 ScienceDirect Search String: https://www.sciencedirect.com/search?qs=%22hydro%22%20AND%20%22gis%22%20AND%20%22urban%20flood%22%20AND%20%22stakeholders%22&date=1995-2020 Taylor and Francis Search String: https://www.tandfonline.com/action/doSearch?field1=AllField&text1=Hydro&field2=AllField&text2=GIS&field3=AllField&text3=Urban+Flood&field4=AllField&text4=Stakeholder&field5=AllField&text5=&Ppub=&AfterYear=1995&BeforeYear=2020 IEEE Search Strings: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/search/searchresult.jsp?newsearch=true&queryText=(((%22All%20Metadata%22:Hydro)%20AND%20%22All%20Metadata%22:GIS)%20AND%20%22All%20Metadata%22:Urban%20Flood)