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Impact of Functional Field of Vision of Agent on Crowd Evacuations
We proposed a tunnel vision hypothesis, a narrowed visual field of an evacuee during disaster evacuations, and have analyzed the impact of tunnel vision on crowd evacuations. The analysis is based on the assumption that the stress in evacuation situations restricts human cognitive resources leading to a narrowed visual field; naturally, the behaviors will be affected owing to the reduced area of the agent's vision. On the other hand, it is also possible to assume that tunnel vision is not adoi:10.11517/pjsai.jsai2021.0_3i1gs5d05 fatcat:adxlokomlndshg6dikjyl6gqpm