Managing Crowds in Hazards With Dynamic Grouping

@article{Akinwande2015ManagingCI,
  title={Managing Crowds in Hazards With Dynamic Grouping},
  author={Olumide J. Akinwande and Huibo Bi and Erol Gelenbe},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2015},
  volume={3},
  pages={1060-1070}
}
Emergency navigation algorithms for evacuees in confined spaces typically treat all evacuees in a homogeneous manner, using a common metric to select the best exit paths. In this paper, we present a quality of service (QoS) driven routing algorithm to cater to the needs of different types of evacuees based on age, mobility, and level of resistance to fatigue and hazard. Spatial information regarding the location and the spread of hazards is also integrated into the routing metrics to avoid… CONTINUE READING

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