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CAS, NLP 2021-10-14
15:00
Online Online Introduction of Personal Space Reduction to Evacuation Simulation by Using Social Force Model
Norika Nakamura, Koichiro Daidai, Kota Ishisaka, Nao Ito (NIT, Toyama college) CAS2021-26 NLP2021-24
It is known that putting obstacles around exit may be able to make evacuation behavior smooth. Evacuation simulation mod... [more] CAS2021-26 NLP2021-24
pp.51-56
CAS, ICTSSL 2021-01-28
13:00
Online Online Study on Evacuation Navigation Considering Evacuee's Walking Speed
Naoki Kobayashi, Tatsuya Yamazaki (Niigata Univ.), Shosuke Sato (Tohoku Univ.) CAS2020-44 ICTSSL2020-29
To promote evacuation at disaster occurrence, appropriate local information needs to be certainly transmitted to evacuee... [more] CAS2020-44 ICTSSL2020-29
pp.31-36
HCS 2021-01-23
15:30
Online Online VR-based Verification Platform for Analyzing Panic Behavior in Indoor Disasters
Jo Niino, Jun Ichikawa, Masanori Akiyoshi (Knagawa Univ.) HCS2020-56
Although many previous studies have investigated panic behavior in indoor disasters, there are some problems such as exp... [more] HCS2020-56
pp.23-26
ET 2020-12-12
10:10
Online Online DeVA: Development of VR Applications to Improve Disaster Prevention Knowledge Based on Evacuation Experiences
Tomoharu Matsushita, Akihiro Kikuchi (OIT), Sho Ooi (Rits), Takeshi Goto (Oji E.S.), Mutsuo Sano (OIT) ET2020-34
People are most important to evacuate early when unforeseen disasters occur, such as the Great East Japan Earthquake, Ku... [more] ET2020-34
pp.1-6
IN, ICTSSL, NWS 2020-10-22
14:50
Online Online Evacuation Navigation with Adaptive Localized Evacuation Route Provision
Naoki Kobayashi, Tatsuya Yamazaki (Niigata Univ.), Sato Shosukle (Tohoku Univ.) ICTSSL2020-20
To promote evacuation at disaster occurrence, appropriate local information needs to be certainly transmitted to evacuee... [more] ICTSSL2020-20
pp.39-44
ICTSSL, CAS 2020-01-31
15:20
Tokyo   Examination of indoor evacuation guidance system by IoT solution
Kyo Takata, Koichiro Daidai, Norika Nakamura, Kazuya Unjo, Nao Ito (NITT) CAS2019-92 ICTSSL2019-61
We have evaluated the effect of the leader on the evacuation time using the multi-agent simulation model for evacuation ... [more] CAS2019-92 ICTSSL2019-61
pp.145-147
ICTSSL, CAS 2020-01-31
15:40
Tokyo   Evacuation behavior simulation in large-scale commercial facilities
Koichiro Daidai, Kyou Takata, Norika Nakamura, Nao Itou (NITT) CAS2019-93 ICTSSL2019-62
In this study, we investigate the effect of the presence of a guide on the evacuation time using a multi-agent simulatio... [more] CAS2019-93 ICTSSL2019-62
pp.149-152
ASN, NS, RCS, SR, RCC
(Joint)
2018-07-11
11:45
Hokkaido Hakodate Arena A Vehicle Location Information Sharing System Using LoRa
Yasunori Owada, Goshi Sato, Katsuhiro Temma, Toshiaki Kuri, Masugi Inoue (NICT) RCC2018-28 NS2018-40 RCS2018-85 SR2018-24 ASN2018-21
Assuming a situation where communication infrastructure such as existing mobile networks could not be used due to disrup... [more] RCC2018-28 NS2018-40 RCS2018-85 SR2018-24 ASN2018-21
pp.19-24(RCC), pp.19-24(NS), pp.31-36(RCS), pp.19-24(SR), pp.31-36(ASN)
SIS 2018-03-08
16:55
Aichi Meijo Univ. Tempaku Campus [Invited Talk] Social simulation aimed at mitigating damages and its validation
Tomoichi Takahashi (Meijo Univ.) SIS2017-63
Simulations have been used for multiple purposes and in multiple fields. Social simulation, in which humans play a major... [more] SIS2017-63
pp.35-40
ICTSSL, CAS 2018-01-26
10:25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Evacuation simulation considering psychological situation in urban areas
Jun Kusubashi, Hiroshi Tamura (Chuo Univ.) CAS2017-123 ICTSSL2017-50
In recent years, we have experienced frequent occurrence of large-scale disasters and various efforts for large-scale di... [more] CAS2017-123 ICTSSL2017-50
pp.69-74
ICTSSL, IN
(Joint)
2017-10-11
11:20
Shizuoka   Verification of Following Psychology by Tsunami Evacuation Simulation
Hiroyuki Tamai, Tatsuya Yamazaki (Niigata Univ.), Yasunori Owada, Goshi Sato (NICT) ICTSSL2017-34
In considering disaster prevention measures for each region, it is effective to simulate actual disaster behavior throug... [more] ICTSSL2017-34
pp.29-34
ICTSSL 2017-03-03
10:20
Niigata Niigata University Construction of Urban Evacuation Simulation Incorporating Agent Attributes for Regional Disaster Prevention
Hiroyuki Tamai, Tatsuya Yamazaki (Niigata Univ.), Yasunori Owada, Kiyohiko Hattori (NICT) ICTSSL2016-78
Evacuation simulation has attracted attention as a tool to promote regional disaster prevention measures. Among many eva... [more] ICTSSL2016-78
pp.43-48
ICTSSL 2016-06-14
16:35
Miyagi Tohoku University Urban Disaster Simulation Incorporating Agent Attributes
Tatsuya Yamazaki (Niigata Univ.), Yasunori Owada, Kiyoshi Hamaguchi (NICT) ICTSSL2016-16
Building evacuation simulation provides us with various knowledge and suggestion before a real disaster happens. To date... [more] ICTSSL2016-16
pp.91-95
ASN 2015-11-05
13:30
Tokyo NICT Koganei HQ [Poster Presentation] Efficiency of evacuation behavior by sharing destination information with SpotPass communication
Kiyohiko Hattori (NICT), Noaoki Tatebe (UEC), Yasunori Owada, Toshinori Kagawa, Kiyoshi Hamaguchi (NICT) ASN2015-64
In this research, we propose a system to support smooth evacuation to the nearest shelter with information sharing using... [more] ASN2015-64
pp.29-30
WIT, SP, ASJ-H, PRMU 2015-06-18
17:15
Niigata   Influence of mutual concession of evacuees at the occurrence of a disaster:Simulation and theoretical approach
Kentaro Tani (Grad. Inst. Entrepreneurial Studies), Nao Ito (Natl. Inst. Technol. Toyama Coll.), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) PRMU2015-48 SP2015-17 WIT2015-17
When a lot of students need to be evacuated from a classroom, it is important to minimize the Refuge Completion Time (RC... [more] PRMU2015-48 SP2015-17 WIT2015-17
pp.95-100
MoNA, IPSJ-MBL, IPSJ-DPS 2015-05-28
10:50
Okinawa Miyakojima Marine Terminal Global estimation of crowd movement and information sharing by using the SpotPass Communication between mobile terminals
Kiyohiko Hattori, Yasunori Owada, Toshinori Kagawa (NICT) MoNA2015-1
In this research, we assume environments that occurrence of a huge disaster that cannot utilize communications infrastru... [more] MoNA2015-1
pp.31-34
MICT, ASN, MoNA
(Joint)
2015-01-26
16:45
Wakayama Nanki Shirahama [Poster Presentation] Global estimation of crowd movement using the SpotPass Communication between pedestrian terminals
Kiyohiko Hattori, Yasunori Owada, Toshinori Kagawa (NICT) MoNA2014-70 ASN2014-126 MICT2014-57
In this research, we assume an environment that occurrence of a large-scale disaster that cannot utilize communications ... [more] MoNA2014-70 ASN2014-126 MICT2014-57
pp.63-66(MoNA), pp.107-110(ASN), pp.23-26(MICT)
CAS, MSS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2014-11-20
10:20
Okinawa Nobumoto Ohama Memorial Hall (Ishigaki island) Investigation on human action selection for passing by each other in a narrow alley
Kyohei Yokokawa, Kentaro Tani (Niigata Univ.), Takashi Konishi (Toyama College), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) CAS2014-88 MSS2014-52
It is difficult for evacuees to behave the smooth evacuation, especially in the case that they are panicked in occurring... [more] CAS2014-88 MSS2014-52
pp.7-10
AI, JSAI-DOCMAS, JSAI-KBS, JSAI-SAI, IPSJ-ICS 2014-03-03
15:50
Hokkaido Hotel Kanronomori Application of Exhaustive Analysis to Tsunami Evacuation Planning
Tomohisa Yamashita, Itsuki Noda (AIST) AI2013-45
In this paper, we apply an exhaustive analysis with a pedestrian
simulation environment to huge-scale pedestrian flow ... [more]
AI2013-45
pp.1-6
MSS, CAS, IPSJ-AL [detail] 2013-11-07
09:05
Iwate   Evacuation Behavior Simulation considering positions of exits using Cellular Automaton
Kyohei Yokokawa, Kentaro Tani, Sanae Ogihara (Niigata Univ.), Takashi Konishi (Toyama College), Yoshinobu Maeda (Niigata Univ.) CAS2013-64 MSS2013-43
It is difficult for all evacuees to behave the smooth evacuation, when they are panicked in occurring some disaster. Su... [more] CAS2013-64 MSS2013-43
pp.87-90
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