Pedestrian dynamics: beyond the walking speed: comment on "The emergence of design in pedestrian dynamics: locomotion, self-organization, walking paths and constructal law" by Antonio F. Miguel.

Abstract

“Walking remains the most basic form of transportation and almost all journeys begin and end with a walk, regardless of the modes used in-between. Gaining a good understanding of pedestrian’s dynamics is thus a crucial step in meeting the mobility and accessibility needs of people by providing safe and quick walking flow” [1]. Indeed, the way pedestrian… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.plrev.2013.04.011

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@article{Tavares2013PedestrianDB, title={Pedestrian dynamics: beyond the walking speed: comment on "The emergence of design in pedestrian dynamics: locomotion, self-organization, walking paths and constructal law" by Antonio F. Miguel.}, author={Rodrigo Machado Tavares}, journal={Physics of life reviews}, year={2013}, volume={10 2}, pages={204-5} }