A dynamic network loading model for anisotropic and congested pedestrian flows

@inproceedings{Hnseler2015ADN,
  title={A dynamic network loading model for anisotropic and congested pedestrian flows},
  author={Flurin S. H{\"a}nseler and William H. K. Lam and Michel Bierlaire and Gael Lederrey and Marija Nikoli},
  year={2015}
}
A macroscopic loading model for multi-directional, time-varying and congested pedestrian flows is proposed in this paper. Walkable space is represented by a network of streams that are each associated with an area in which they interact. To describe this interaction, a stream-based pedestrian fundamental diagram is used that relates density and walking speed in multi-directional flow. The proposed model is applied to two different case studies. The explicit modeling of anisotropy in walking… CONTINUE READING

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