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000086990 245__ $$aBehavioral dynamics for pedestrians
000086990 269__ $$a2003
000086990 260__ $$bIEEE$$c2003
000086990 336__ $$aConference Papers
000086990 490__ $$aLecture Notes in Computer Science
000086990 520__ $$aThe objective of this paper is to identify the behavioral issues arising in the context of pedestrian dynamics, analyze how they have been addressed in the literature and propose some potential research tracks. We particularly focus on an application in the context of automatic video surveillance and present first ideas for the design of a pedestrian simulator.
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000086990 6531_ $$aImage Analysis
000086990 6531_ $$aInternational Conference on Travel Behavior Resear
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000086990 6531_ $$aPedestrian
000086990 6531_ $$aSimulation
000086990 700__ $$0240563$$aBierlaire, M.$$g118332
000086990 700__ $$aAntonini, G.
000086990 700__ $$aWeber, M.
000086990 773__ $$q1-18$$tMoving through nets: the physical and social dimensions of travel
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