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Simulating pedestrian movement in dynamic environments

Arnaud Banos and Angèle Charpentier

Abstracts

Agent-based simulation offers multiple advantages when dealing with complex phenomena like pedestrian movement, characterised by a possibly large number of locally interacting entities. The main goal of this article is to illustrate this key point, from the simulation of pedestrian movements in confined designed spaces. It specifically focuses on the formalisation of space and of agents populating it. The model developed, MAGE, allows exploring the role played by local interactions on the global dynamic of the designed spatial system.

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Arnaud Banos and Angèle Charpentier, « Simulating pedestrian movement in dynamic environments », Cybergeo : European Journal of Geography [Online], Systems, Modelling, Geostatistics, document 499, Online since 17 May 2010, connection on 24 October 2020. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/cybergeo/23131 ; DOI : https://doi.org/10.4000/cybergeo.23131

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About the authors

Arnaud Banos

Géographie-Cités (UMR 8504 CNRS) et Institut des Systèmes Complexes de Paris-Ile de France, France, arnaud.banos@parisgeo.cnrs.fr

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Angèle Charpentier

RATP, France, angele.pare@ratp.fr

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