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Walk This Way

Crooks Andrew, Sarah Wise
Submitted By: Crooks
Submitted: Aug 27, 2015
Last Updated: Aug 28, 2015
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Pedestrian movement is woven into the fabric of urban regions. With more people living in cities than ever before, there is an increased need to understand and model how pedestrians utilize and move through space for a variety of applications, ranging from urban planning and architecture to security. Pedestrian modeling has been traditionally faced with the challenge of collecting data to calibrate and validate such models of pedestrian movement. With the increased availability of mobility datasets from video surveillance and enhanced geolocation capabilities in consumer mobile devices we are now presented with the opportunity to change the way we build pedestrian models. Within this model we explore the potential that such information offers for the improvement of agent-based pedestrian models.

This model is associated with a publication:

Crooks, A.T., Croitoru, A., Lu, X., Wise, S., Irvine , J.M. and Stefanidis, A. (in press), 'Walk this Way: Improving Pedestrian Agent-Based Models through Scene Activity Analysis', ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information.

Cite This Model:
Andrew, Crooks, Wise, Sarah (2015, August 27). "Walk This Way" (Version 1). CoMSES Computational Model Library. Retrieved from: https://www.openabm.org/model/4706/version/1
 
Model Version: 1 [Latest]
Version Notes:

Platform: Mason 16
Programming Language: Java
Operating System: Platform Independent
Licensed Under: Creative Commons (cc by)
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Model Files
Docs: ODD.pdf
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