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Crowd simulation for crisis management: the outcomes of the last decade [article]

George Sidiropoulos, Chairi Kiourt, Lefteris Moussiades
2020 arXiv   pre-print
There have been extended research works suggesting new methods and techniques for those categories of problems.  ...  Along those years, there have been published hundreds of research articles and have been created numerous different systems that aim to simulate crowd behaviors, crisis cases and emergency evacuation scenarios  ...  Peymanfard and Mozayani proposed a holonification method (joining of an agent into a crowd) for data-driven crowd modelling [149] .  ... 
arXiv:2006.01216v2 fatcat:iyt5dk7lbzbivful4u7dym2ynq

Moral reasoning in women with posttraumatic stress disorder related to childhood abuse

Anthony Nazarov, Victoria Walaszczyk, Paul Frewen, Carolina Oremus, Ruth Lanius, Margaret C. McKinnon
2016 European Journal of Psychotraumatology  
emotion comprehension.  ...  Method: Moral reasoning performance was assessed in 28 women with PTSD related to prolonged childhood trauma and 19 matched healthy controls.  ...  The physical harm moral dilemmas were of primary focus in this investigation as they elicited the dual cognitive and emotional processes.  ... 
doi:10.3402/ejpt.v7.31028 pmid:27837580 pmcid:PMC5106867 fatcat:a3t55xa3tffxzl6dslg56sx7se

Simulation of High Density Pedestrian Flow: Microscopic Model [article]

Mohamed H. Dridi
2015 arXiv   pre-print
In recent years modelling crowd and evacuation dynamics has become very important, with increasing huge numbers of people gathering around the world for many reasons and events.  ...  In this paper, we are interested in developing models that can be used for evacuation control strategies.  ...  Wunner for a critical reading of the manuscript, for his important comments and suggestions to improve the manuscript. Many thanks to Dr. H. Cartarius for his support during writing this work.  ... 
arXiv:1501.06496v1 fatcat:c2236bsn2fbgpk5yqpbcktfbse

Chronic Illness and Disasters: Development of a Theoretical Framework

Jacqueline Owens, Donna Martsolf
2014 The Qualitative Report  
Each way related to media impact, evacuation, preparation, attention, and recovery. If evacuated over a week, many could address some health-related concerns from afar.  ...  Using purposive sampling, 30 individuals with chronic illnesses and 10 lay caregivers were recruited from Florida and New Orleans. Data sources included interviews and media data.  ...  Zeller Nursing Research Fund, the Delta Xi chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, and the Mary Ellen Patton Fund (Kent State University); and the Maude V. Rutt Faculty Award (Ashland University).  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2014.1222 fatcat:uoa7u4hilneexgha4azrua5k5i

Understanding, creating, and managing complex techno-socio-economic systems: Challenges and perspectives

D. Helbing, S. Balietti, S. Bishop, P. Lukowicz
2011 The European Physical Journal Special Topics  
Chakrabarti [2], PéterÉrdi [3], Juval Portugali [4], Sorin Solomon [5], and Stefan Thurner [6] on three White Papers (  ...  -A pedestrian software for multi-modal traffic, crowd and evacuation simulations has been developed, based on the social force model of pedestrian motion.  ...  as in the data-driven analysis of collective emotions [46] [47] [48] .  ... 
doi:10.1140/epjst/e2011-01410-7 fatcat:vnnosrzkjnglhdmbm5oqvbe2iy

Recent trends in crowd analysis: A review

Mounir Bendali-Braham, Jonathan Weber, Germain Forestier, Lhassane Idoumghar, Pierre-Alain Muller
2021 Machine Learning with Applications  
In this review, we explore various studies related to crowd analysis. Crowd analysis is commonly broken down into two major branches: crowd statistics and crowd behavior analysis.  ...  When crowd statistics determines the Level Of Service (LoS) of a crowded scene, crowd behavior analysis describes the motion patterns and the activities that are observed in a scene.  ...  , Nabi et al. (2016), and is used for anomaly detection in human motions and emotions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.mlwa.2021.100023 fatcat:kc5skiri4rho7bmnn62yaiybru

CROWDS MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIAN FOOTBALL EVENT CASE STUDY : POLICING MANAGEMENT

Andry Wibowo
2018 Econosains: Jurnal Online Ekonomi dan Pendidikan  
and security for almost to decade until now.  ...  Crowds become an important issue in policing research and practice.Crowds phenomena become a challenge for police management to make an order, safety and security in public issue.Crowds in football event  ...  Further Police must develop policies to require personnel to have the knowledge, strategies and tactics needed to handle the soccer crowds including the knowledge of crowd management and crowd control.  ... 
doi:10.21009/econosains.0152.07 fatcat:wtrc65w3wjfk5ei5adeqlsoqda

Backpack reporting of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

Norman Zafra
2018 Pacific Journalism Review – Te Koakoa  
Drawing on the theories of emotional discourses in disaster reporting (Pantti, Wahl-Jorgensen & Cottle, 2012), media convergence and technological determinism, this article argues that journalists practising  ...  It supports the notion that media convergence adds valuable new elements to storytelling and presentation of news but it only refines and not replaces traditional newsgathering methodologies.  ...  with the crowd when filming in public places.  ... 
doi:10.24135/pjr.v24i1.397 fatcat:gsziysw3ejhc3ek7tcicbvrkcq

Resource-Poor Settings: Response, Recovery, and Research

James Geiling, Frederick M. Burkle, T. Eoin West, Timothy M. Uyeki, Dennis Amundson, Guillermo Dominguez-Cherit, Charles D. Gomersall, Matthew L. Lim, Valerie Luyckx, Babak Sarani, Michael D. Christian, Asha V. Devereaux (+2 others)
2014 Chest  
Planning for mass critical care in resource-poor and constrained settings has been largely ignored, despite large, densely crowded populations who are prone to suffer disproportionately from natural disasters  ...  As a result, disaster response has been suboptimal and in many instances hampered by lack of planning, education and training, information, and communication.  ...  Research into the most cost-eff ective treatments and methods of caring for critically ill patients is urgently needed.  ... 
doi:10.1378/chest.14-0745 pmid:25144410 pmcid:PMC6679932 fatcat:w3tv2gfxdvbpnbf33tt5nqx6ha

Affordances and interpersonal coordination [chapter]

2016 Interpersonal Coordination and Performance in Social Systems  
• interpersonal coordination in competitive and cooperative performance contexts • methods, tools and devices for improving performance through interpersonal coordination.  ...  This book will be fascinating reading for students, researchers and educators interested in movement science, performance analysis, sport science and psychology, as well as for those working in the performing  ...  We are taking precisely this dual approach to build a pedestrian model that can account for human locomotion and crowd behaviour.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315700304-27 fatcat:dwj3dc6rlvejxmch7oojw2qag4

Gondolatok a sportrendészet jelenlegi helyzetéről

Ágnes Nikolett Nagy-Tóth
2020 Belügyi Szemle  
Since they are driven by the same emotions, striking slogans have an intense impact on them and incite powerful emotions in them.  ...  For example, if the ground has to be evacuated, the police should organise and supervise the procedure.  ... 
doi:10.38146/bsz.spec.2020.3.6 fatcat:nfgbodj2knbhrmpms6s34lznv4

Socio-inspired ICT

A. Ferscha, K. Farrahi, J. van den Hoven, D. Hales, A. Nowak, P. Lukowicz, D. Helbing
2012 The European Physical Journal Special Topics  
and knowledge.  ...  , omnipresent and participative ICT.  ...  and knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1140/epjst/e2012-01700-6 fatcat:q6xnvzh6avaivmvali3qk2x5ja

Rebirth According to the Bhagavad gītā; Epistemology, Ontology and Ethics

Ithamar Theodor
2017 Religions  
suitable for this purpose, and which leads to a different vision of reality.  ...  It first looks into the epistemological aspects of rebirth, and highlights the type of knowledge or terminology underlying the vision of rebirth, as opposed to a different type of knowledge that is not  ...  , especially with regard to its methods, validity, and scope (Pearsall 1998, p. 620) , which may be relevant for our study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rel8080148 fatcat:qqubfdwnujhbfde2bjh4ohmlkq

Effects of Uncertainty Visualization on Map-Based Decision Making Under Time Pressure

Michelle Korporaal, Ian T. Ruginski, Sara Irina Fabrikant
2020 Frontiers in Computer Science  
We interpret our results as consistent with a loss-aversion heuristic and suggest implications for the study of decision-making with uncertainty visualizations.  ...  However, uncertainty affected participants' decision strategies, and time pressure affected participants' response times.  ...  This calls for evaluation of uncertainty visualization methods in specific contexts.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomp.2020.00032 fatcat:vcnaj6fnlvcl3irwle4tdagpae

Report On Risk Perception And Preparedness

Cheney Shreve, Maureen Fordham, Susan Anson, Hayley Watson, Kim Hagen, Kush Wadhwa, Chloe Begg, Annemarie Müller, Christian Kuhlicke, Nurary Karanci
2014 Zenodo  
It aimed to provide the underpinning evidence base for the TACTIC project as a whole and as such was shaped by the specific hazards to be examined and also key components of preparedness identified through  ...  Deliverable 1.1 presents findings from a literature review on risk perception and preparedness which spans floods, earthquakes, epidemics/pandemics, and terrorism, as well as discussions and feedback from  ...  This WP1 report is unique in its consideration of a broad span of hazard types, as well the diverse ontological and epistemological research approaches to risk perception and preparedness reviewed.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1169945 fatcat:mnqnojkytjazxm4hb4sdpiuio4
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