Human crowds base most of their behavioral decisions upon anticipated states of their walking environment. We explore a minimal version of a lattice model to study lanes formation in pedestrian counterflow. Using the concept of horizon depth, our simulation results suggest that the anticipation effect together with the presence of a small background noise play an important role in promoting collective behaviors in a counterflow setup. These ingredients facilitate the formation of seemingly stable lanes and ensure the ergodicity of the system.

Anticipation decides on lane formation in pedestrian counterflow - a simulation study / Cirillo, Emilio Nicola Maria; Muntean, Adrian. - In: ADVANCES IN MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS. - ISSN 1343-4373. - (2020), pp. 171-185.

Anticipation decides on lane formation in pedestrian counterflow - a simulation study

Emilio Nicola Maria Cirillo;
2020

Abstract

Human crowds base most of their behavioral decisions upon anticipated states of their walking environment. We explore a minimal version of a lattice model to study lanes formation in pedestrian counterflow. Using the concept of horizon depth, our simulation results suggest that the anticipation effect together with the presence of a small background noise play an important role in promoting collective behaviors in a counterflow setup. These ingredients facilitate the formation of seemingly stable lanes and ensure the ergodicity of the system.
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