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Modelling and Parameterizing Pedestrian Behaviour in Public Places: A Review
International Journal of Simulation Modelling
Literature and practice show a huge interest in modelling pedestrian behaviour, especially in public spaces. The most relevant applications are thereby traffic control, safety, and public security. Understanding the existing frameworks and finding possible measures and parameters for the models are a prerequisite to build a realistic model but very challenging. A literature review was conducted to collect, discuss and compare well-known and frequently cited models in order to derivedoi:10.2507/ijsimm16(4)6.399 fatcat:esqipzgk7bbzpend4pxrfewfmu