||Multi-modal simulation for urban mobility analysis: An approach based on a model of behaviour and infrastructure-related anomalies
||Romero R., William A.; Juan Camilo Ibarra; José Tiberio Hernández; Sergio Ordoñez
||This paper presents a distributed simulation system for urban scenarios where infrastructure anomalies are common, such as those present in Latin-American cities. A microscopic-based model has been developed in order to represent the behavioural characteristics of the different mobility actors in a discrete lattice. The visualization component allows an interactive and immersive experience of the simulation results, providing a detailed point of view (focus) in the global environment (context). It is possible to empower the users’ interaction through devices for control and navigation of the data visualization.
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||Simulation Support Systems; Modelling and Simulation (M&S); Traffic Simulation; Immersive Visualization
Romero R., William A.; Juan Camilo Ibarra; José Tiberio Hernández; Sergio Ordoñez (2009).
Multi-modal simulation for urban mobility analysis: An approach based on a model of behaviour and infrastructure-related anomalies . SIGraDi 2009 - Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics, Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 16-18, 2009,