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    Title: 使用Diffusion Method設計與規劃逃生路線
    Other Titles: The research and design of the evacuation routing plan by diffusion method
    Authors: 梁益州;Liang, Yi-zhou
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊工程學系碩士班
    陳瑞發;Chen, Jui-fa
    Keywords: 位能場;擴散理論;多代理人;逃生路線;最佳逃生路徑;Potential Field;Diffusion Method;Multiagent;Evacuation Routing Plan;Optimal Escape Route
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:53:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在建築物環境中,緊急災害發生之前,規劃出一個適當逃生路線圖是非常重要的。
    因此本論文研究提出一個方法”最佳的逃生路線(Optimal Escape Route,簡稱OER)”,OER根據人群所處地點和災變地點,能夠集合,以及分組規劃人群,設計出一個較適當的逃生路線圖,供各人群逃生。因此,OER能夠有效減少全體疏散完畢的時間,讓人群在災變中安全地逃生。
    It is very import to design an evacuation plan before the emergency occurs in a building.

    The traditional evacuation plan only provides the fixed escape routes, if an emergency occurs at the different location, the escape route could not be an optimal escape path, people might choose the same exit to escape, it would increase the duration of the escaping time.

    In this thesis, we propose a method, called “Optimal Escape Route (OER),” OER is according to the locations of people to from groups, and design an optimal escape path for each group. The OER can efficiently decrease the duration of escape time, and let people safely escape from an emergent environment.
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