Social force model

Known as: Social force 
A social force model is a microscopic, continuous time, continuous space, phenomenological computer simulation model of the movement of pedestrians.
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2017
2017
Crowded centers always cause personnel casualties in evacuation operations. Stampede events often occur by hit, squeeze and crush… (More)
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2017
2017
Cycling is a typical green traffic mode, and takes a growing part of urban traffic volume. Yet limited cyclist behavior models… (More)
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2017
2017
Understanding human behavior is crucial for planning evacuation strategies when an emergency occurs. The social force model… (More)
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2016
2016
The promotion of space sharing in order to raise the quality of community living and safety of street surroundings is… (More)
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2015
2015
Microscopic simulation of pedestrian traffic is an important and increasingly popular method to evaluate the performance of… (More)
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2013
2013
Tracking across non-overlapping cameras is a challenging open problem in video surveillance. In this paper, we propose a novel… (More)
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2013
2013
It is urgent to understand the traffic performance by modelling traffic streams under mixed traffic conditions, in which… (More)
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2011
2011
This paper proposes a novel method to locate crowd behavior instability spatio-temporally using a velocity-field based social… (More)
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2009
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2005
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2005
A model of crowd motion that considers each pedestrian as a Newtonian particle subject to both physical and social forces was… (More)
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