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Body-rotation behavior of pedestrians for collision avoidance in passing and cross flow

By Hiroki Yamamoto and others
We observe body-rotation behavior of pedestrians to avoid others when they are moving in congested situations. In such cases, body orientation often differs from walking direction, i.e., pedestrians step sideways. In this paper, we focused on a deviation between body orientation and walking direction during collision avoidance by body rotation... Show more
April 5, 2019
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Body-rotation behavior of pedestrians for collision avoidance in passing and cross flow
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