- Modeling pedestrians in an airport scenario with a time-augmented Petri net
- Advances in intelligent systems and computing
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In this paper time-augmented Petri nets are used to model people in the transit hall of an airport. Their behavior is strongly influenced by an event with a clear deadline (their flight), but typically there is so much time left that they linger and can be tempted to show random other behaviors, often induced by the location (encountering a coffee corner or a toilet). All behaviors are stochastic, but the firing rate is made a function of both location and time. This framework allows to show a rich set of behaviors; the diversity of the emergent behaviors is initiated with probabilities from observations in an actual transit hall of an airport.
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- Proceedings title: Intelligent autonomous systems 12. - Vol. 2: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference IAS-12, held
June 26-29, 2012, Jeju Island, Korea
Place of publication: Heidelberg
Editors: S. Lee, H. Cho, K.-J. Yoon, J. Lee
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