Becoming Determinable in Computer-Aided Architectural Design

In this research funded by NSFC 50408038 , an agentbased simulation model is developed for the human evacuation behaviour determined by a list of so called architectural clues in the environment A research method is introduced with an application for one of these clue types called Doorway A six variable model and a related set of virtual scenes were constructed and implIn this research funded by NSFC 50408038 , an agentbased simulation model is developed for the human evacuation behaviour determined by a list of so called architectural clues in the environment A research method is introduced with an application for one of these clue types called Doorway A six variable model and a related set of virtual scenes were constructed and implemented in a Head CAVE system, in which 102 subjects were tested as in an evacuation game With the binary logit regression analysis a utility function is estimated indicating how these variables affect human choice on any pair of doorways in a scene Evidence was found that the distance from the decision point to the doorway is not always the most important factor as it is assumed in the other evacuation models 1 Introduction As many mega cities in China, Shanghai is entering a period of booming underground space development, Figure 1, in the next 20 years As the government planned, the subway system will increase from 82 km to than 400 km by the year 2010, and the daily passengers will increase from 1.3 million to 6 million With the big step of the underground space development, the security problem on how the public space evacuates people in an emergency is coming to the surface Building performance research with regard to hazard situations resulted in simulation models of human movements These models are based on social force methods e.g Helbing et al 2000 and cellular automata methods e.g Nishinari et al 2004 2
Becoming Determinable in Computer Aided Architectural Design In this research funded by NSFC an agentbased simulation model is developed for the human evacuation behaviour determined by a list of so called architectural clues in the environment A res

  • Title: Becoming Determinable in Computer-Aided Architectural Design
  • Author: Henry Coleman
  • ISBN: 9781542823654
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
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