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    Title: 行人交織行為模式之研究
    Other Titles: A Study of Pedestrian Weaving Behaviour Model
    Authors: 范俊海
    Contributors: 淡江大學運輸管理學系
    Keywords: 乘客特性;行人交織行為;細胞自動機;Passenger characteristics;Pedestrian weaving behavior model;Cellular automata
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2011-07-06 09:24:24 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 分析都市捷運車站內存在的問題、乘客行為特性以及交織區。捷運車站為都市內 重要的大眾運輸工具之一,然而站內動線設計以及交織區的產生,關係著乘客的安全 及疏散的效率。本研究將分析不同動線下乘客之交織行為,建立一微觀模式,並以細 胞自動機為平台做為後續子模式之擴充。研究將有助於了解乘客交織行為特性及如何 有改善交織區對乘客疏散帶來的影響。 本研究在行人運動行為是非常重要的課題,由於行人之行為非常難於預測,而且 行人的行向在碰到阻礙的事物時,所進行的反應是比車輛來得更有彈性,另外在行人 的觀測技術上也是一大挑戰,行人的肢體是變形的形狀,難於確認那一點或那一部位 能夠代表行人的移動,由於行人的研究有上述兩大特徵。本研究也會對於行人心理決 策的部份進行探索外,也會對於行人移動的模糊特質界定模式的獨特性。
    Analysis of urban rapid transit station, the problem exists in the passenger behavior characteristics, as well as mixed areas. MRT stations within the city, one of the important means of public transport, but the station moving line design and production of mixed areas, the relationship between the safety of passengers and evacuation efficiency. This study will analyze the different movement of the cutting line passenger behavior, and establish a microscopic model.We adopt cellular automata as a platform for the expansion of sub-pattern as a follow-up. The study will help to understand the behavioral characteristics of passengers and to improve the impact of the evacuation of passengers.
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