Conference paper

Evaluation of pedestrian data collection methods within a simulation framework

The estimation and validation of pedestrian behavioral models requires large amounts of detailed and appropriate data, the collection of which is a costly and time-consuming undertaking. The identification and design of an appropriate data collection method therefore is of great importance, which, however, is an arduous and itself time-consuming task. This article describes a software laboratory that facilitates the design of pedestrian data collection campaigns.


    • EPFL-CONF-152350

    Record created on 2010-09-30, modified on 2016-09-16


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