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Towards Realistic Pedestrian Route Planning *

Simeon Andreev, Julian Dibbelt, Martin Nöllenburg, Thomas Pajor, Dorothea Wagner, Simeon Andreev, Julian Dibbelt, Martin Nöllenburg, Thomas Pajor, Dorothea Wagner
unpublished
Pedestrian routing has its specific set of challenges, which are often neglected by state-of-the-art route planners.  ...  In order to obtain as realistic routes as possible, we propose to first augment the underlying street network model, and then to apply a tailored routing algorithm on top of it.  ...  Computing Routes We now discuss how we leverage our model from Section 3 to compute realistic pedestrian routes.  ... 
fatcat:wa66galerreuhi2nlevb6osluy

Towards a Performance-realism Compromise in the Development of the Pedestrian Navigation Model

Daniil Voloshin, Dmitriy Rybokonenko, Vladislav Karbovskii
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
Acquired results show that a reasonable compromise may be reached for in the multi-level navigation incorporating both route planning and collision avoidance.  ...  Despite the emergence of new approaches and increasingly powerful processing resources, there are cases in the domain of pedestrian modeling that require the maintenance of compromise between the computational  ...  Introduction There are issues in pedestrian modelling that require both the physical realism and high performance, for instance, decision-making in extreme situations or real-time planning.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.05.437 fatcat:dythnbfubvhwpjdo2zlgytrahm

Simulation of Handicapped People Finding Their Way Through Transport Infrastructures [chapter]

Helmut Schrom-Feiertag, Thomas Matyus, Martin Brunnhuber
2013 Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2012  
We thank our partner the Austrian Federal Railway Company (ÖBB) for the access to the railway station "Praterstern" in Vienna for our field experiments and to the plans of the building.  ...  Shao and Terzopoulos [6] used a complex cognitive and a behavior model for planning, but did not attempt realistic small-scale motion behavior like the social force model.  ...  Thus the design process is a nontrivial task which nowadays is supported by pedestrian simulations to predict passenger flows already in the planning stage.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02447-9_78 fatcat:o4rvpqap2rdtzdvxjew7lnacla

The Nomad Model: Theory, Developments and Applications

Mario Campanella, Serge Hoogendoorn, Winnie Daamen
2014 Transportation Research Procedia  
The link between the model and the pedestrian theory is the main contribution and could improve the development of pedestrian models in general.  ...  The model is derived from a normative theory of pedestrian behavior making it unique under microscopic models.  ...  Changes in the plan (tactical level) There are many reasons why pedestrians make choices during the trip, the need to reschedule the plan because the original route is congested and an alternative route  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trpro.2014.09.061 fatcat:n7par2wy5ja4tlnukpcuxz64te

Hybrid Dynamic Route Planning Model for Pedestrian Microscopic Simulation at Subway Station

Yongxin Gao, Feng Chen, Zijia Wang
2019 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
the local route planning at tactical level.  ...  Then, a new local route planning (LRP) based on dynamic local environment is activated for multipath selection to allow pedestrian to respond changes at a real-time sense.  ...  The study begins with the method of abstracting route planning network from realistic environment in Section 2.1 and generating a collision-free global route in Section 2.2.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2019/5207814 fatcat:vxtvmsbr45a5zaekm3rsc36rei

Dynamic Path Planning and Movement Control in Pedestrian Simulation [article]

Fatema Tuj Johora and Philipp Kraus and Jörg P. Müller
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Realistically simulating pedestrian behavior is challenging, due to the complexity of individual behavior as well as the complexity of interactions of pedestrians with each other and with the environment  ...  We propose (1) an novel extension of the JPS routing algorithm for tactical planning, and (2) an architecture how path planning can be integrated with a social-force based movement control.  ...  We propose and develop a model to dynamically plan routes for pedestrians and also control their movements during plan execution. We propose a conceptual integration architecture.  ... 
arXiv:1709.08235v1 fatcat:ix23ezjaxfcdngvlcv57vjkqpq

Development of an object-oriented pedestrian traffic flow simulation environment for transport terminal planning

Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos, Matthew G. Karlaftis, Mara Nikolaidou
2003 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
planning, and decision support phases of the terminal's operation.  ...  In recent years, simulation has become an essential tool for planning, designing, and managing terminal operations.  ...  PEDSIM can also be oriented towards emergency response planning in order to evaluate reactions to potential emergency scenarios, and this is the objective of our current research.  ... 
doi:10.1002/atr.5670370104 fatcat:rzdgjc7u6ngnhcnd3zc7pzrjoa

Large Scale Microscopic Evacuation Simulation [chapter]

Gregor Lämmel, Marcel Rieser, Kai Nagel
2009 Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2008  
Existing methods are either geared towards smaller problems (e.g.  ...  The escape routes are encoded in so-called plans. Besides the escape route a plan also contains the departure time.  ...  It is obvious that simulating the initial escape routes only will not provide a good or realistic solution for the evacuation problem and the results will be far away from Nash equilibrium.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04504-2_48 fatcat:kxz3ss6cw5g57lhnc5wxi7lhi4

Walk This Way: Improving Pedestrian Agent-Based Models through Scene Activity Analysis

Andrew Crooks, Arie Croitoru, Xu Lu, Sarah Wise, John Irvine, Anthony Stefanidis
2015 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
With more people living in cities than ever before, there is an increased need to understand and model how pedestrians utilize and move through space for a variety of applications, ranging from urban planning  ...  Pedestrian movement is woven into the fabric of urban regions.  ...  Figure 6 . 6 Diagram of the route-planning algorithm.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi4031627 fatcat:2l2x4nnry5gpdlvf6vhp7375zi

Intend-Wait-Cross: Towards Modeling Realistic Pedestrian Crossing Behavior [article]

Amir Rasouli, Iuliia Kotseruba
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The model's main focus is on generating realistic crossing decision-model, which incorporates an improved formulation of time-to-collision (TTC) computation accounting for context, vehicle dynamics, and  ...  A number of experiments validate various aspects of the model, such as pedestrian crossing patterns, and individual characteristics of pedestrians.  ...  operational (how the plan is executed) [14] .  ... 
arXiv:2203.07324v1 fatcat:yw7yhlsxijhmzpdh542s3hpiri

A Spatial Deconstruction Behavioural Model for Pedestrian Dynamics [article]

Yao Xiao
2022 arXiv   pre-print
How to reproduce realistic motion in simulations has always been a fundamental problem for pedestrian dynamics, and a critical challenge for current studies is the natural correlation of the movement choices  ...  model considering both the long-term route choice and the real-time velocity choice.  ...  Generally, it is impractical for a pedestrian to schedule a tortuous route in a large crowd, and an overly long planned route might not make sense in the time-varying dynamic surroundings.  ... 
arXiv:2204.12131v1 fatcat:wdsgcw2cwneqlbprrejqwflcja

A social agent pedestrian model

Andrew Park, Tom Calvert
2008 Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds  
Our research not only provides a realistic pedestrian model, but also a new methodology for criminology research.  ...  Through our experimental results, we gained new insights into pedestrians' behavior and suggest a new enhanced and articulated agent model of a pedestrian.  ...  The plan was then changed to take the other route.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cav.243 fatcat:zbtbbidy2nfhzdbx56ffnpousu

Development of a VR tool to study pedestrian route and exit choice behaviour in a multi-story building [article]

Yan Feng, Dorine Duives, Serge Hoogendoorn
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Although route and exit choice in complex buildings are important aspects of pedestrian behaviour, studies predominantly investigated pedestrian movement in a single level.  ...  This paper contributes by showcasing an innovative approach of applying VR technologies to study pedestrian behaviour in complex and realistic environments.  ...  plan) [9, 52] .  ... 
arXiv:2103.05560v1 fatcat:qjtqsbwk6bfmzlw2q7n2i7fuoi

Integrating Open Spaces into OpenStreetMap Routing Graphs for Realistic Crossing Behaviour in Pedestrian Navigation

Anita Graser
2016 GI_FORUM - Journal for Geographic Information Science  
This paper addresses the issue of integrating open spaces, such as squares and plazas, into pedestrian routing graphs to support realistic crossing behaviour.  ...  -the visibility graph approach should be preferred over the commonly-used medial axis or straight skeleton approaches, since it provides direct routes, which are more realistic and better suited for pedestrian  ...  from CAD plans) exist as well.  ... 
doi:10.1553/giscience2016_01_s217 fatcat:q3m3ykp64vgmbdltzj4owph5ye

Pedestrian Path Modification Mobile Tool for COVID-19 Social Distancing for Use in Multi-Modal Trip Navigation [article]

Sukru Yaren Gelbal, Mustafa Ridvan Cantas, Bilin Aksun-Guvenc, Levent Guvenc
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The application is tested using previously collected real pedestrian walking data in a realistic environment.  ...  The mobile app generates collision free paths for navigating around the undesired locations for the pedestrian mode of transportation when used as part of a multi-modal trip planning app.  ...  At start, they both move towards the same direction until a point where the user decides to cross the street and walk towards the other pedestrian.  ... 
arXiv:2105.07951v2 fatcat:2gql5pgwwnewtm25yzudlfhj44
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