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hich assign intelligence to each pedestrian and map autonomousbehaviour by defining different strategies to each individualIn this software lab project we want to model the latter approach There exists a libraryopenSteer 1 which forms the kernel for the modelThe task is toGet familiar with the library and the usage of itDevelop own characters using this libraryValidate the developed characters by
Passenger Terminal World Article
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er management In social science pedes-trian simulation can be used to study groupand crowd dynamics and the collective socialbehaviour of people at gatherings assembliesprotests rebellions concerts sporting eventsand religious ceremonies Pedestrian simula-tions enable human behaviour under extremecircumstances to be studied and experimentedproviding insights that help save livesEven for normal sit Te...rld article.pdf
Cv Casiroli Eng
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s or sector UniversityOccupation or position held Visiting Professor Educator registration number E0539Main activities and responsibilities Lessons and Graduation Thesis on Town and Transport Planning ICAR 05Dates from to 1989 to dateName and address of employer Systematica SpA via Lovanio 8 20121 Milan ItalyType of business or sector Town and transport planning urban design new traffic and public
Cavens Pedsim2005
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  • Created: Tue Sep 20 17:14:57 2005
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n theSwiss Alps1 Introduction and MotivationAn important question in pedestrian simulation systems is the determination of thedirection in which the pedestrians are heading For the investigation of simplegeometrical structures it is sufficient to give the pedestrians pre-computed and fixeddirections which translate to a desired velocity vector for each pedestrian which isconstant in time Somewhat