Realistic following behaviors for crowd simulation

Abstract : While walking through a crowd, a pedestrian experiences a large number of interactions with his neighbors. The nature of these interactions is varied, and it has been observed that macroscopic phenomena emerge from the combination of these local interactions. Crowd models have hitherto considered collision avoidance as the unique type of interactions between individuals, few have considered walking in groups. By contrast, our paper focuses on interactions due to the following behaviors of pedestrians. Following is frequently observed when people walk in corridors or when they queue. Typical macroscopic stop‐and‐go waves emerge under such traffic conditions. Our contributions are, first, an experimental study on following behaviors, second, a numerical model for simulating such interactions, and third, its calibration, evaluation and applications. Through an experimental approach, we elaborate and calibrate a model from microscopic analysis of real kinematics data collected during experiments. We carefully evaluate our model both at the microscopic and the macroscopic levels. We also demonstrate our approach on applications where following interactions are prominent.
Keywords : Pedestrian motion
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Samuel Lemercier, Asja Jelic, Richard Kulpa, Jiale Hua, Jérôme Fehrenbach, et al.. Realistic following behaviors for crowd simulation. Computer Graphics Forum, Wiley, 2012, 31 (2), pp.489-498. ⟨10.1111/j.1467-8659.2012.03028.x⟩. ⟨hal-00762938⟩

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