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Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2005

  • Nathalie Waldau
  • Peter Gattermann
  • Hermann Knoflacher
  • Michael Schreckenberg

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXIII
  2. Pedestrian Performance Data

  3. Pedestrian Dynamics

  4. Evacuation Simulation

    1. J. L. Berrou, J. Beecham, P. Quaglia, M. A. Kagarlis, A. Gerodimos
      Pages 167-181
    2. L. Casburn, M. Srinivasan, R. A. Metoyer, M. J. Quinn
      Pages 189-200
    3. D. Cavens, C. Gloor, J. Illenberger, E. Lange, K. Nagel, W. A. Schmid
      Pages 201-212
    4. E. R. Galea, P. Lawrence, S. Blake, A. J. P. Dixon, H. Westeng
      Pages 225-238
    5. T. Kretz, M. Schreckenberg
      Pages 297-308
    6. T. Meyer-Köig, N. Waldau, H. Klüfel
      Pages 309-313
    7. H. Moldovan, M. Gilman, P. Knoblauch, S. Woloj
      Pages 315-320
    8. A. Nakayama, Y. Sugiyama, K. Hasebe
      Pages 321-332
    9. D. R. Parisi, C. O. Dorso
      Pages 341-346
    10. C. Rogsch, A. Seyfried, W. Klingsch
      Pages 357-362
    11. A. Seyfried, B. Steffen, W. Klingsch, T. Lippert, M. Boltes
      Pages 377-390
    12. V. Tabak, B. de Vries, J. Dijkstra
      Pages 391-403
  5. Ship Evacuation

    1. T. Meyer-König, P. Valanto, D. Povel
      Pages 429-441
    2. S. Gwynne, L. Filippidis, E. R. Galea, D. Cooney, P. Boxall
      Pages 443-454
  6. Collective animal motion

    1. J. L. Deneubourg, J. Halloy, J. -M. Amé, C. Rivault, C. Detrain
      Pages 455-463
    2. A. John, A. Kunwar, A. Namazi, D. Chowdhury, K. Nishinari, A. Schadschneider
      Pages 465-470
    3. C. Saloma, G. J. Perez
      Pages 471-479
    4. A. Schadschneider, D. Chowdhury, K. Nishinari
      Pages 481-495

About these proceedings

Introduction

Due to an increasing number of reported catastrophes all over the world, the safety especially of pedestrians today, is a dramatically growing field of interest, both for practitioners as well as scientists from various disciplines. The questions arising mainly address the dynamics of evacuating people and possible optimisations of the process by changing the architecture and /or the procedure. This concerns not only the case of ships, stadiums or buildings, all with restricted geometries, but also the evacuation of complete geographical regions due to natural disasters. Furthermore, also ‘simple’ crowd motion in ‘relaxed’ situations poses new questions with respect to higher comfort and efficiency since the number of involved persons at large events is as high as never before. In addition, as a new research topic in this field, collective animal behaviour is attracting increasing attention. All this was in the scope of the conference held in Vienna, September 28–30, 2005, the third one in a series after Duisburg (2001) and Greenwich (2003).

Keywords

Natural Scope addition algorithms architecture behavior efficiency evaluation field information modeling optimization perception

Editors and affiliations

  • Nathalie Waldau
    • 1
  • Peter Gattermann
    • 2
  • Hermann Knoflacher
    • 3
  • Michael Schreckenberg
    • 4
  1. 1.Ingenieurbüro WALDAUWienAustria
  2. 2.Österreichisches Institut für Schul- und SportstättenbauWienAustria
  3. 3.Institut für Verkehrsplanung und VerkehrstechnikTechnische Universität WienWienAustria
  4. 4.Physik von Transport und VerkehrUniversität Duisburg-EssenDuisburgGermany

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