Developing a model of evacuation after an earthquake in Lebanon

Abstract : This article describes the development of an agent-based model (AMEL, Agent-based Model for Earthquake evacuation in Lebanon) that aims at simulating the movement of pedestrians shortly after an earthquake. The GAMA platform was chosen to implement the model. AMEL is applied to a real case study, a district of the city of Beirut, Lebanon, which potentially could be stricken by a M7 earthquake. The objective of the model is to reproduce real life mobility behaviours that have been gathered through a survey in Beirut and to test different future scenarios, which may help the local authorities to target information campaigns.
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Serge Stinckwich, Ho Tuong Vinh, Julie Dugdale and Nguyen Hong Phuong. Proceedings of the ISCRAM Vietnam 2013 Conference, Oct 2013, Ha Noi, Vietnam. 2013
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Hong Van Truong, Elise Beck, Julie Dugdale, Carole Adam. Developing a model of evacuation after an earthquake in Lebanon. Serge Stinckwich, Ho Tuong Vinh, Julie Dugdale and Nguyen Hong Phuong. Proceedings of the ISCRAM Vietnam 2013 Conference, Oct 2013, Ha Noi, Vietnam. 2013. 〈hal-00947927〉

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