Centroidal Particle Dynamics: An Explicit Model of Pedestrian Personal Space for the Simulation of Short-Range Collision-Avoidance and Emergent Motion Patterns in Dense Crowds

PhD thesis from Carleton University - 2019
Category: Real-Time Systems; Real-Time Simulation
School : Carleton University
Year : 2019
Notes : https://doi.org/10.22215/etd/2019-13495
URL: http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca/publications/2019/Hes19a

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@PhdThesis\{Hes19a,
  author       = "Hesham, Omar",
  title        = "Centroidal Particle Dynamics: An Explicit Model of Pedestrian Personal Space for the Simulation of Short-Range Collision-Avoidance and Emergent Motion Patterns in Dense Crowds",
  category     = "Real-Time Systems; Real-Time Simulation",
  school       = "Carleton University",
  year         = "2019",
  note         = "https://doi.org/10.22215/etd/2019-13495",
  url          = "http://cell-devs.sce.carleton.ca/publications/2019/Hes19a"
}

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