M. F. de Goeij

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In high-density crowds, one can observe torso twists; people rotate their upper body to decrease their width perpendicular to the motion path, in order to squeeze through narrow spaces between other crowd members. In this paper we investigate such behaviour, by recording and analysing dense crowds. Apart from the common approach, where only the position of(More)
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