Pedestrian flows are characterised by the preponderant presence of groups, with particular reference to dyads. The paper presents a research focused on group and age-driven pedestrian behaviour in an urban crowded scenario. Data analysis was performed by using an open source tracker tool. Results showed that in situation of irregular flows (LOS B) dyads walked 30% slower than singles, and that elderly walked 40%slower than adults. The achieved results have been used towards the validation of the simulation platform ELIAS 38, with reference to the representation of the granulometric distribution of groups and heterogeneous speed profiles

Gorrini, A., Vizzari, G., Bandini, S. (2016). Granulometric Distribution and Crowds of Groups: Focusing on Dyads.. In Traffic and Granular Flow '15 (pp.273-280). Springer International Publishing [10.1007/978-3-319-33482-0_35].

Granulometric Distribution and Crowds of Groups: Focusing on Dyads.

GORRINI, ANDREA
Primo
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VIZZARI, GIUSEPPE
Secondo
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BANDINI, STEFANIA
Ultimo
2016

Abstract

Pedestrian flows are characterised by the preponderant presence of groups, with particular reference to dyads. The paper presents a research focused on group and age-driven pedestrian behaviour in an urban crowded scenario. Data analysis was performed by using an open source tracker tool. Results showed that in situation of irregular flows (LOS B) dyads walked 30% slower than singles, and that elderly walked 40%slower than adults. The achieved results have been used towards the validation of the simulation platform ELIAS 38, with reference to the representation of the granulometric distribution of groups and heterogeneous speed profiles
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paper
Pedestrian; Crowd; Group; Ageing; Observation; Simulation
English
International Conference on Traffic and Granular Flow - TGF 2015
978-3-319-33481-3
https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-33482-0_35
Gorrini, A., Vizzari, G., Bandini, S. (2016). Granulometric Distribution and Crowds of Groups: Focusing on Dyads.. In Traffic and Granular Flow '15 (pp.273-280). Springer International Publishing [10.1007/978-3-319-33482-0_35].
Gorrini, A; Vizzari, G; Bandini, S
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