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This article considers animating evacuation in complex buildings by crowds who might not know the structure's connectivity, or who find routes accidently blocked. It takes into account simulated crowd behavior under two conditions: where agents communicate building route knowledge, and where agents take different roles such as trained personnel, leaders, and followers.
autonomous agents, crowd simulation, group navigation, pedestrians, psychosocial behavior, wayfinding
Pelechano, Nuria and Badler, Norman I., "Modeling Crowd and Trained Leader Behavior during Building Evacuation" (2006). Departmental Papers (CIS). Paper 272.
Date Posted: 07 December 2006
This document has been peer reviewed.