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Perceiving motion transitions in pedestrian crowds

Qin Gu, Chang Yun, Zhigang Deng
2010 Proceedings of the 17th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology - VRST '10  
Perception of motion transitions in a pedestrian crowd is affected by many collective features such as crowd density, appearance variations, motion variations, and sub-group interaction patterns.  ...  In this paper, we conducted a series of psychophysical experiments to investigate how these crowd features can influence human perception on walking motion transitions in a crowd when inexpensive motion  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported in part by NSF IIS-0914965 and the Texas Advanced Research Program under grant No. 003652-0058-2007.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1889863.1889908 dblp:conf/vrst/GuYD10 fatcat:3bjvnhvpcfbf7lcraihggzc3jm

Multiagent System Applied to the Modeling and Simulation of Pedestrian Traffic in Counterflow

Ana Luisa Ballinas-Hernández, Angélica Muñoz-Meléndez, Alejandro Rangel-Huerta
2011 Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation  
An agent-based model to simulate a pedestrian crowd in a corridor is presented.  ...  Pedestrian crowd models are valuable tools to gain insight into the behavior of human crowds in both, everyday and crisis situations.  ...  In contrast to that, our model results in an entirely decentralized simulation of pedestrian crowd motion, that reproduces properly walking patterns observed in human pedestrians.  ... 
doi:10.18564/jasss.1789 fatcat:wl7ytocp6bfcpkgk6xarcrl7oa

Effects of Crowding Perception on Self-organized Pedestrian Flows Using Adaptive Agent-based Model [article]

Qi Xu, Baohua Mao, Xujie Feng, Jia Feng
2014 arXiv   pre-print
It is found that the heterogeneity of how pedestrians perceive crowding in the population has a remarkable impact on the flow quality, which results in the buildup of congestion and rapidly decreases the  ...  The paper also discusses phase transitions of fundamental diagrams of pedestrian crowds with unidirectional flow.  ...  phase transitions.  ... 
arXiv:1308.5380v3 fatcat:7j4athqqk5ennni3qlvq5y7xmi

Psychological model for animating crowded pedestrians

Takeshi Sakuma, Tomohiko Mukai, Shigeru Kuriyama
2005 Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds  
This paper proposes a psychological model for simulating pedestrian behaviors in a crowded space.  ...  Our system determines pedestrian walking speed with the crowd density to imitate the measured data in urban engineering, and automatically generates plausible motions of the individual pedestrian by composing  ...  We would like to thank Toyohisa Kaneko for supervising, and the staff of Links DigiWorks Inc. for the support of motion capturing.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cav.105 fatcat:emdaknb2srhkrbjrpp2kx72dum

Pedestrian, Crowd and Evacuation Dynamics [chapter]

Dirk Helbing, Anders Johansson
2009 Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science  
Crowd turbulence Unanticipated and unintended irregular motion of individuals into different directions due to strong and rapidly changing forces in crowds of extreme density.  ...  In other words, waiting can Pedestrian, Crowd and Evacuation Dynamics P 6477 portant implications for the optimization of pedestrian facilities, in particular for evacuation situations.  ...  The result was one of the biggest crowd disasters in the history of pilgrimage. How can we understand this transition to irregular crowd motion?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-30440-3_382 fatcat:bpcgoa4cfnhybeyxgory75nx7a

On the interplay between behavioral dynamics and social interactions in human crowds

Nicola Bellomo, Livio Gibelli, Nisrine Outada
2019 Kinetic and Related Models  
This paper presents a computational modeling approach to the dynamics of human crowds, where social interactions can have an important influence on the behavioral dynamics of pedestrians.  ...  The modeling of the contagion and propagation of emotional states is carried out by looking at real physical situations where safety problems might arise in some specific circumstances.  ...  to the best ones, which allows a rapid motion. • Transition probability density: The probability density that a candidate iparticle in x with state {v * , u * } shifts to the state of the i-test particle  ... 
doi:10.3934/krm.2019017 fatcat:ueeajtwp7vh3lo2ho3mgwlc7kq

Pedestrian, Crowd, and Evacuation Dynamics [article]

Dirk Helbing, Anders Johansson
2013 arXiv   pre-print
This contribution describes efforts to model the behavior of individual pedestrians and their interactions in crowds, which generate certain kinds of self-organized patterns of motion.  ...  Moreover, this article focusses on the dynamics of crowds in panic or evacuation situations, methods to optimize building designs for egress, and factors potentially causing the breakdown of orderly motion  ...  The result was one of the biggest crowd disasters in the history of pilgrimage. How can we understand this transition to irregular crowd motion?  ... 
arXiv:1309.1609v1 fatcat:5zq4qhu6drhdppw2rkpvz42ntu

Crowd Simulation and Its Applications: Recent Advances

Ming-Liang Xu, Hao Jiang, Xiao-Gang Jin, Zhigang Deng
2014 Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
Then, we describe our recent research advances on crowd evacuation, pedestrian crowds, crowd formation, traffic simulation, and swarm simulation.  ...  Finally, we offer our viewpoints on open crowd simulation research challenges and point out potential future directions in this field.  ...  Perceiving Motion Transitions The walking motions of a crowd typically vary in both spatial and temporal domains.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11390-014-1469-y fatcat:6fmcxqplxbf5fhn5a3vas2yyuy

Perceived cost potential field cellular automata model with an aggregated force field for pedestrian dynamics

Xiao-Xia Jian, S.C. Wong, Peng Zhang, Keechoo Choi, Hong Li, Xiaoning Zhang
2014 Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies  
This paper proposes a perceived potential field and an aggregated force field for the navigation of pedestrians in a walking domain with poor visibility or complex geometries.  ...  While the former field used in uncrowded cells simply reflects the pedestrians' desire to minimize their travel costs, the latter field used in crowded cells suggests much stronger interaction between  ...  Acknowledgements The work described in this paper was jointly supported by the National Natural Science  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trc.2014.01.018 fatcat:gf5tq7qdt5bmznga6j4pfwipd4

DETECTION OF UNCONTROLLED MOTION BEHAVIOR IN HUMAN CROWDS

Vijitha V. A .
2014 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology  
Identifying and tracking the crowd motion is a major interesting research topic in vision analysis, crowd dynamics and visual surveillance fields.  ...  The proposed system is based on the optical flow computations and detects the patterns in crowd motion that indicate the dangerous situations. Lucas -Kanade method is used to find the optical flow.  ...  In contrast, crowd stampedes are also often caused by people escaping from a site due to real or perceived danger. Lack of communication is a major problem in large crowds.  ... 
doi:10.15623/ijret.2014.0306096 fatcat:sqp32dtqere4tlgn2k2kjzjghi

Toward a Hybrid Approach for Crowd Simulation

Chighoub Rabiaa, Cherif Foudil
2016 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
motion of pedestrian flow.  ...  We address the problem of simulating pedestrian crowd behaviors in real time.  ...  [2] , who presented the continuum model in order to generate realistic motion planning for crowds.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2016.070108 fatcat:6je5r2yskzaobauyn75jcgspr4

A Markov Jump Approach to Modeling and Analysis of Pedestrian Dynamics

Xiuming Yao, Yue Lian, Chengjie Wei
2019 IEEE Access  
According to the characteristics of decision-making in the pedestrian motion, a heuristic method is referenced, which is based on the pedestrian visual field, and the pedestrian will select the moving  ...  According to the speed of the pedestrian, the pace is divided into four states, and the next step of the state is only determined by the current state and state transition matrix.  ...  Indeed, at extreme densities, it is necessary to distinguish between the intentional avoidance behavior of pedestrians adapting their motion according to perceived visual cues and unintentional movements  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2920992 fatcat:5kyghdhz6vd3rce5buxmta4tc4

Walking crowds on a shaky surface: stable walkers discover Millennium Bridge oscillations with and without pedestrian synchrony

Varun Joshi, Manoj Srinivasan
2018 Biology Letters  
Here, we use a simple biped model capable of walking stably in three dimensions to examine these questions.  ...  Why did the London Millennium Bridge shake when there was a big enough crowd walking on it? What features of human walking dynamics when coupled to a shaky surface produce such shaking?  ...  In this case, the biped cannot affect the walking surface motion. (d) Simulating a large crowd We wish to simulate hundreds of pedestrians on the bridge.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsbl.2018.0564 pmid:30381453 pmcid:PMC6227871 fatcat:6mxu6s7bnrao3fga2ye6k2nsai

A Review of Physics-based Methods for Group and Crowd Analysis in Computer Vision

Hyunjoon Jo, Kabir Chug, Ricky J Sethi
2013 Postdoc Journal  
In this paper, we review some of the physics-based methods for group and crowd analysis in computer vision.  ...  In particular, we examine approaches for physics-based analysis of groups, crowds, and the simulation of crowds.  ...  based on a social force model which is a microscopic (personal) approach for simulating pedestrian motion.  ... 
doi:10.14304/surya.jpr.v1n1.6 fatcat:uk7s3c3inzdppa7ztdlv36zi6i

THEFLOW OFHUMANCROWDS

Roger L. Hughes
2003 Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics  
An appealing property of a crowd in motion is that the nonlinear, time-dependent, simultaneous equations representing a crowd are conformably mappable.  ...  Modern developments may help prevent some of the approximately two thousand deaths that annually occur in accidents owing to crowding.The field of crowd motion, that is, the field of "thinking fluids,"  ...  The study of crowd motion by discrete simulation of individual pedestrians is well established.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.fluid.35.101101.161136 fatcat:ecba25xirrec3btj73gxepi7he
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