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      Proceedings of Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2016

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      Collective Dynamics

      Forschungszentrum Julich, Zentralbibliothek

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          The 8th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics (PED 2016) has been held on October 17–21, 2016 in Hefei, China. PED 2016 Conference offered an opportunity for professionals and scientists with different backgrounds to present and discuss new findings and applications in the field of pedestrian and evacuation dynamics and associated human behavior. The conference aims to provide suggestions for policy makers, planners, designers and emergency management to solve real world problems.Conference topics included, but was not limited to:Pedestrian movement mechanismsPedestrian behavior during disasters: theories, analysis, conclusionsEvacuation and pedestrian data collection from experiments and real eventsData collection techniquesModel developmentLarge-scale and transport modeling methodsModel validation/calibrationPublic transport transfer terminalsRegional evacuationOperational management of highly populated facilitiesEngineering guidanceCitation:Please cite the full conference proceedings as follows:Song, W., Ma, J., Fu, L.; Proceedings of Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2016, Collective Dynamics, A11, 1-618 (2016). DOI 10.17815/CD.2016.11Single articles inside the proceedings should be cited as:Authors; Title.In: Proceedings of Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2016, Collective Dynamics, pages (2016)Example:Dambalmath, P., Muhamad, B., Haug, E., Löhner, R.; Fundamental Diagrams for Specific Very High Density Crowds. In: Proceedings of Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2016, Collective Dynamics, 6-11 (2016)

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          Collective Dynamics
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          Forschungszentrum Julich, Zentralbibliothek
          2366-8539
          March 15 2016
          December 11 2017
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          10.17815/CD.2016.11
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