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    • Future virtual particle method for pedestrian navigation 

      Castiglione, Gonzalo; Marseillan, Agustín (2015)
      "This paper presents an avoidance collision method based in pedestrian self governed decisions, by calculating the position of every pedestrian in the future, a given pedestrian can adjust his velocity vector to avoid ...
    • Infuence of bottleneck lengths and position on simulated pedestrian egress 

      Parisi, Daniel R.; Patterson, Germán (2017-01)
      "In this paper, the problem of pedestrian egress under di erent geometries is studied by means of two numerical models. The length of the bottleneck after the exit and the distance of the exit to the lateral wall of a ...
    • Pedestrian collective motion in competitive room evacuation 

      Garcimartín, Ángel; Pastor, José Martín; Martín-Gómez, César; Parisi, Daniel R.; Zuriguel, Iker (2017-12)
      "When a sizable number of people evacuate a room, if the door is not large enough, an accumulation of pedestrians in front of the exit may take place. This is the cause of emerging collective phenomena where the density ...
    • Pedestrian tracking using probability fields and a movement feature space 

      Negri, Pablo; Garayalde, Damián (2017-12)
      "Retrieving useful information from video sequences, such as the dynamics of pedestrians, and other moving objects on a video sequence, leads to further knowledge of what is happening on a scene. In this paper, a Target ...
    • Redefining the role of obstacles in pedestrian evacuation 

      Garcimartín, Ángel; Maza, Diego; Pastor, José Martín; Parisi, Daniel R.; Martín-Gómez, César; Zuriguel, Iker (2018)
      "The placement of obstacles in front of doors is believed to be an effective strategy to increase the flow of pedestrians, hence improving the evacuation process. Since it was first suggested, this counterintuitive feature ...
    • Simulating competitive egress of noncircular pedestrians 

      Hidalgo, R. Cruz.; Parisi, Daniel R.; Zuriguel, Iker (2017-04)
      "We present a numerical framework to simulate pedestrian dynamics in highly competitive conditions by means of a force-based model implemented with spherocylindrical particles instead of the traditional, symmetric disks. ...