Models of Pedestrian Adaptive Behaviour in Hot Outdoor Public Spaces

@inproceedings{Melnikov2017ModelsOP,
  title={Models of Pedestrian Adaptive Behaviour in Hot Outdoor Public Spaces},
  author={Valentin Melnikov and Valeria V. Krzhizhanovskaya and Peter M. A. Sloot},
  booktitle={ICCS},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Current studies of outdoor thermal comfort are limited to calculating thermal indices or interviewing people. The first method does not take into account the way people use this space, whereas the second one is limited to one particular study area. Simulating people’s thermal perception along with their activities in public urban spaces will help architects and city planners to test their concepts and to design smarter and more liveable cities. In this paper, we propose an agent-based… CONTINUE READING
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