Corpus ID: 1570507

Dynamic Path Planning and Movement Control in Pedestrian Simulation

@article{FatemaTujJohora2017DynamicPP,
  title={Dynamic Path Planning and Movement Control in Pedestrian Simulation},
  author={Fatema-Tuj-Johora and Philipp Kraus and J. M{\"u}ller},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1709.08235}
}
Modeling and simulation of pedestrian behavior is used in applications such as planning large buildings, disaster management, or urban planning. Realistically simulating pedestrian behavior is challenging, due to the complexity of individual behavior as well as the complexity of interactions of pedestrians with each other and with the environment. This work-in-progress paper addresses the tactical (path planning) and the operational level (movement control) of pedestrian simulation from the… Expand
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