Utilization of detection tools in a human avalanche that occurred in a Rugby stadium, using multi-agent systems

Limones, Tomás, Reaiche Amaro, Carmen, and Ochoa-Zezzatti, Alberto (2021) Utilization of detection tools in a human avalanche that occurred in a Rugby stadium, using multi-agent systems. In: Ochoa-Zezzatti, Alberto, Vargas-Solar, Genoveva, and Espinosa Oviedo, Javier Alfonso, (eds.) Innovative Applications in Smart Cities. CRC Press, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 117-134.

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This article aims to make a simulation model of an avalanche that occurred at a Rugby football match due to the panic caused by riots between fanatical fans of the teams that were playing. To carry out this model, the specific Menge simulation tool is used, which helps us to evaluate the behavior of people who consciously or unconsciously affect the contingency procedures established at the place of the event, to define them preventively to reduce deaths and injuries. From the definition of the factors, an algorithm is developed from the combination of the Dijkstra tool and the simulation tool that allows us to find the route to the nearest emergency exit, as well as the number of people who could transit safely. Additionally, Voroni diagrams are used to define perimeter adjacency between people.

Item ID: 68878
Item Type: Book Chapter (Research - B1)
ISBN: 978-1-003-19114-8
Copyright Information: © 2021 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
Date Deposited: 04 Aug 2021 03:18
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