Advanced CA Crowd Models of Multiple Consecutive Bottlenecks
Simulation results from two advanced CA based crowd dynamics models, namely Social Distances Model and Bonds Floor Field Model, are investigated using experimental data. Two experiments regarding pedestrian egress from simple network of rooms with multiple consecutive bottlenecks were conducted in Prague and Krakow. Simulation results comparison is the basis for discussion about models properties.
KeywordsSocial Distances Bonds Floor Field Egress experiment
This work was supported by the Czech Science Foundation under grant GA15-15049S. Further support was provided by the CTU grant SGS15/214/OHK4/ 3T/14. This work was also supported by AGH University of Science and Technology, contract No. 220.127.116.119.
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