After 9/11, the Indian Ocean tsunami and Katrina, the production of papers related to mobility simulation in evacuation conditions has significantly increased. Several topics have been developed, but in most cases these are implemented considering an isolated and non-system approach. The aim of this work is to present the major contributions which consider evacuation conditions, classified in respect of simulated user decisions, and to highlight the necessity of a system framework in this analysis

Demand models in road evacuation: a synopsis of recent contributions

RUSSO, Francesco;
2011

Abstract

After 9/11, the Indian Ocean tsunami and Katrina, the production of papers related to mobility simulation in evacuation conditions has significantly increased. Several topics have been developed, but in most cases these are implemented considering an isolated and non-system approach. The aim of this work is to present the major contributions which consider evacuation conditions, classified in respect of simulated user decisions, and to highlight the necessity of a system framework in this analysis
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