Physical distance characterization using pedestrian dynamics simulation

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2022-01-22
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Parisi, Daniel
Patterson, Germán
Pagni, Lucio
Osimani, Lucía
Bacigalupo, Tomás
Godfrid, Juan
Bergagna, Federico M.
Brizi, Manuel Rodríguez
Momesso, Pedro
Gómez, Fermín
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In the present work we study how the number of simulated customers (occupancy) af-fects social distance in an ideal supermarket, considering realistic typical dimensions and processing times (product selection and checkout). From the simulated trajectories we measure social distance events of less than 2 m, and their duration. Among other observ-ables, we define a physical distance coefficient that informs how many events (of a given duration) each agent experiences.
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