Human Mobility Modeling for Robot-Assisted Evacuation in Complex Indoor Environments


A large number of injuries or deaths may occur when an emergency happens in a crowded public place. The congestion at exits may slow down the egress rate due to the effect of “faster-is-slower”. This inspires us to study how human behavior dynamically changes over time at an emergency in a complex indoor environment. In this paper, we refer… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/THMS.2016.2571269


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