A Model of Human Crowd Behavior : Group Inter-Relationship and Collision Detection Analysis

@inproceedings{Musse1997AMO,
  title={A Model of Human Crowd Behavior : Group Inter-Relationship and Collision Detection Analysis},
  author={Soraia Raupp Musse and Daniel Thalmann},
  booktitle={Computer Animation and Simulation},
  year={1997}
}
This paper presents a model of crowd behavior to simulate the motion of a generic population in a specific environment. The individual parameters are created by a distributed random behavioral model which is determined by few parameters. This paper explores an approach based on the relationship between the autonomous virtual humans of a crowd and the emergent behavior originated from it. We have used some concepts from sociology to represent some specific behaviors and represent the visual… 

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