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DMathews. A Biological Model for Influenza Transmission: Pandemic Planning Implications of Asymptomatic Infection and Immunity.  (2007) pp. 1-6

DoT. A Compendium of Traffic Model Validation Documentation and Recommendations, Phase I, Tasks A-H.  (1998) pp. 1-189

Santos. A Critical Review of Emergency Evacuation Simulation Models.  (2004) pp. 1-52

LaPlante. A History of Pedestrian Signal Walking Speed Assumptions.  (2007) pp. 1-8

Galea. A Methodology and Procedure for the Introduction of Aircraft Evacuation Simulation to the Aircraft Certification Process.  (2003) pp. 1-120

Dijkstra. A Multi-Agent Cellular Automata Model of Pedestrian Movement.  (2003) pp. 1-7

Gottwald. A New Test for Chaos.  (2002) pp. 1-4

Moore. A Particle Model of Crowd Behavior: Exploring the Relationship between Alcohol, Crowd Dynamics and Violence.  (2008) pp. 1-33

Heïgeas. A Physically-Based Particle Model of Emergent Crowd Behaviors.  (2003) pp. 1-9

Khozium. A Proposed Computer-Based System Architecture for Crowd Management of Pilgrims using Thermography. 

HE. A RESEARCH ON AUDIENCES’ EVACUATION IN OLYMPIC GAME GYMS.  (2004) pp. 1-10

Har-Peled. A Replacement for Voronoi Diagrams of Near Linear Size.  (2001) pp. 1-21

Kuligowski. A Review of Building Evacuation Models.  (2005) pp. 1-156

Kirkland. A Simulation of Attempts to Influence Crowd Dynamics.  (2003) pp. 1-6

Kuligowski. A Sociological Explanation of Human Behavior in Fire.  (2009) pp. 1-16

Greenock. A Study into the Management Strategies Currently Employed to Maximise Crowd Safety Within the United Kingdom Live Music Industry.  (2009) pp. 1-70

Fell. A Study of Modeling Crowd Dynamics.  (2003) pp. 1-33

Fuks. A class of cellular automata equivalent to deterministic particle systems.  (2002) pp. 1-14

Wiltshire. A guide to a co-ordinated response to a hazardous materials (hazmat) incident.  (2000) pp. 1-51

Justice. A guide to the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007.  (2007) pp. 1-21

Colombo. A macroscopic model for pedestrian flows in panic situations.  (2009) pp. 1-18

Daamen. A quantitative assessment on the design of a railway station .  (2004) pp. 1-10

HSE. A review of the management of crowd safety at outdoor street/special events.  (2010) pp. 1-196

Bryan. A selected historical review of human behaviour in fire.  (2002) pp. 1-7

HMG. A short guide to making your premises safe from fire.  (2006) pp. 1-9

Piazza. A simple Monte Carlo model for crowd dynamics. arXiv (2010) vol. physics.soc-ph

Ketchell. A technical summary of the AEA Egress code.  (2002) pp. 1-17

Redbridge. A-Z Directory of Services.  (2011) pp. 1-23

ACPO. ACPO - Public Safety Police.  (2009) pp. 1-3

Ghil. ADVANCED SPECTRAL METHODS FOR CLIMATIC TIME SERIES.  (2002) pp. 1-41

Macal. AGENT-BASED MODELING AND SIMULATION.  (2009) pp. 1-13

Xi. AN INTEGRATED PEDESTRIAN BEHAVIOR MODEL BASED ON EXTENDED DECISION FIELD THEORY AND SOCIAL FORCE MODEL.  (2010) pp. 1-13

Caetano. APPLICATION OF A VISION SYSTEM TO THE MONITORING OF CABLE STRUCTURES.  (2007) pp. 1-12

Dvla. AT A GLANCE GUIDE.  (2012) pp. 1-55

WBDC. AWE Local Authority Off-Site Plan.  (2009) pp. 1-245

AWE. AWE REPPIR 2007.  (2009) pp. 1-13

AWE. AWE REPPIR 2010.  (2010) pp. 1-16

AWE. AWE REPPIR Issue 3.doc.  (2010) pp. 1-14

Heylighen. Accelerating Socio-Technological Evolution: from ephemeralization and stigmergy to the globalbrain.  (2007) pp. 1-26

FSIF. Acessible Stadia Guide.  (2003) pp. 1-121

HMIC. Adapting to Protest – Nurturing the British Model of Policing.  (2009) pp. 1-205

Mikler. Agent Based Modelling of human and Natural Systems and their interactions.  (2003) pp. 1-6

CASA. Agent Based Pedestrian Modeling.  (2003) pp. 1-28

Henein. Agent-Based Modelling of Forces in Crowds.  (2004) pp. 1-12

Sarmady. Agent-based Simulation of Crowd at the Tawaf Area.  (2009) pp. 1-8

Narain. Aggregate Dynamics for Dense Crowd Simulation.  (2009) pp. 1-8

Atkins. Air Traffic Review and Airport Capacity Assessment associated with theLondon 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.  (2010) pp. 1-186

Still. Al-Haram - Fundamental Risk Analysis and Tawaf models 1-5.  (2008) pp. 1-46

Still. Al-Haram 3rd Extension - Fundamental Analysis 1-4.  (2008) pp. 1-29

Still. Al-Masjid al-Haram - Fundamental Analysis (Powerpoint).  (2008) pp. 1-79

MoHE. Al-Mataf. TOR 281010.  (2010) pp. 1-17

Wiggenraad. Alighting and boarding times of passengers at Dutch railway stations.  (2004) pp. 1-27

Zhou. An Approach to Scene Segmentation Based on Energy and Uncertainty Distribution of Velocity Field.  (2012) pp. 1-9

General. An Introduction to Mathematical Modelling.  (2008) pp. 1-34

Ashley. An Introduction to Queuing Theory in an Interactive Text Format.  (2002) pp. 1-3

Brunetta. An Operations Research Model For The Evaluation Of An Airport Terminal: SLAM (Simple Landside Aggregate Model).  (2011) pp. 1-24

Harding. An early warning method for crush.  (2010) pp. 1-14

BA. An investigation into the number of people entering the stadium through turnstiles A to G and through Gate C.  (2012) pp. 1-22

Drewry. An optimization-based multi-resolution simulation methodology.  (2002) pp. 1-9

Caetano. Analysis and Control of Vibrations of Guarda Footbridge.  (2006) pp. 1-2

Chunxia. Analysis of Compressed Force in Crowds.  (2007) pp. 1-5

J.Liddle. Analysis of bottleneck motion using Voronoi diagrams.  (2010) pp. 1-4

Helbing and Johansson. Analytical Approach to Continuous and Intermittent Bottleneck Flows.  (2006) pp. 1-4

Helbing. Analytical investigation of oscillations in intersecting flows of pedestrian and vehicle traffic.  (2008) pp. 1-11

Koshak. Analyzing Pedestrian Movement in Mataf Using GPS and GIS to Support Space Redesign.  (2008) pp. 1-14

Portz. Analyzing Stop-and-Go Waves by Experiment and Modeling.  (2010) pp. 1-10

Briggs et al. Anatomy of a Terrorist Attack.  (2011) pp. 1-44

Biller. Answers to the top ten input modeling questions.  (2002) pp. 1-6

Dorigo. Ant Algorithms for Discrete Optimization.  (1999) pp. 1-37

Hoogendoorn. Application of Microscopic Pedestrian Flow Simulation to Station Design Evaluation in Lisbon Train Stations.  (2003) pp. 1-18

Schaefer. Application of a general particle system model to movement of pedestrians and vehicles.  (1998) pp. 1-6

Doshi. Application of simulation models in airport facility design.  (2002) pp. 1-6

Leilich. Application of simulation models in capacity constrained rail corridors.  (1998) pp. 1-9

Pin et al. Applying TRIZ principles in crowd management. Safety Science (2011) vol. 49 (2) pp. 286-291

Escobar. Architectural Design for the Survival Optimization of Panicking Fleeing Victims.  (2003) pp. 1-10

Little. Assessing Walking with Legion.  (2011) pp. 1-30

Kroll. Assessing the Environmental Quality of Walking: Steps Towards a Person-Centered Level of Service.  (2003) pp. 1-14

Collins. Automated Video Analysis of Crowd Behavior.  (2011) pp. 1-50

Marana. Automatic Estimation of Crowd Density Using Texture.  (2002) pp. 1-5

Desyllas. Axial Maps and Visibility Graph Analysis.  (2004) pp. 1-13

Pauls. Background to the Problems of Limited-rise Stairs and their Solutions.  (2005) pp. 1-6

Berkol. Balancing security and fire & life safety in hotels.  (2003) pp. 1-3

Dhoag. Basic Design Controls.  (2006) pp. 1-52

Kirovski. Beat-ID: Identifying Music via Beat Analysis.  (2004) pp. 1-4

Huettel. Behavioral, but not reward, risk modulates activation of prefrontal, parietal, and insular cortices.  (2008) pp. 1-11

Still. Beijing Olympic Torch Relay - 1.14.  (2009) pp. 1-68

Security. Biological Attack.  (2006) pp. 1-6

King. Biomechanics of Chest and Abdomen Impact.  (2000) pp. 1-13

BSIA. Bridging the Gap - Olympics Training.  (2008) pp. 1-6

Chubb. Building Expectations : Managing Fire Safety by Putting People Back in the Picture.  (2002) pp. 1-5

Cambodia. CCHR Briefing Note - The Koh Pich Tragedy. One Year on, Questions Remain (ENG).  (2011) pp. 1-7

Sammon. CCHR Report - The Koh Pich Tragedy. One Year on, Questions Remain (ENG).  (2011) pp. 1-87

Dept. COMAH Guide for Wakefied Council Officers.  (2008) pp. 1-9

Clarke and Eck. CRIME ANALYSIS FOR PROBLEM SOLVERS - In 60 Small Steps.  (2005) pp. 1-150

BROWNJOHN. CROWD DYNAMIC LOADING ON FOOTBRIDGES.  (2009) pp. 1-25

Schager. CROWD MANAGEMENT, AN STCW PREREQUISITE. PAPER AT CRUISE + FERRY 97.  (1998) pp. 1-8

BODGI. CROWD-STRUCTURE SYNCHRONIZATION: COUPLING BETWEEN EULERIAN FLOW MODELING AND KURAMOTO PHASE EQUATION.  (2008) pp. 1-10

Delegate. CSA Evac Model.  (2012) pp. 1-5

Omar. Capacity to Perform Public Order Policing.  (2007) pp. 1-13

Cardiff. Cardiff City Centre Pedestrian Flow Survey.  (2001) pp. 1-17

CASA. Cell-Based GIS and Cellular Automata (CA) Modelling.  (2002) pp. 1-28

Blue. Cellular Automata Microsimulation of Bi-Directional Pedestrian Flows.  (1999) pp. 1-15

Burstedde. Cellular Automaton Approach to Pedestrian Dynamics - Applications .  (2002) pp. 1-11

CASA. Cellular Models of Urban Systems.  (2000) pp. 1-13

Blue. Cellular automaton model for bi-directional pedestrian dynamics.  (2000) pp. 1-8

HMG. Central government arrangements for responding to an emergency.  (2005) pp. 1-26

Hyeong-Dong. Centre of Pressure during descent of stairs.  (2009) pp. 1-6

Apple. Challenge Based Learning.  (2009) pp. 1-22

Apple. Challenge-Based Learning - An Approach for Our Time.  (2009) pp. 1-41

Malhotra. Chaos and stability of the solar system.  (2001) pp. 1-2

Cornish. Chaos, Fractals and Inflation .  (2008) pp. 1-25

Pauls. Checklist for Stairways, Especially for Homes.  (2007) pp. 1-1

Security. Chemical Attack.  (2006) pp. 1-4

CCS. Civil Contingencies Act 2004: a short guide (revised October 2005).  (2005) pp. 1-8

Guy. ClearPath: Highly Parallel Collision Avoidance for Multi-Agent Simulation.  (2009) pp. 1-11

HSE. Collapse load calculations for barrier.  (2005) pp. 1-27

CCS. Collection and Analysis of Human Behaviour Data appearing in the mass media – Evacuation of the World Trade Centre.  (2005) pp. 1-118

Drury. Collective Resilience in Mass Emergencies and Disasters: A Social Identity Model.  (2010) pp. 1-25

Drury. Come together: Two studies concerning the impact of group relations on ‘personal space’.  (2009) pp. 1-15

Law. Computational Modeling of Nonadaptive Crowd Behaviors for Egress Analysis: 2004-2005 CIFE Seed Project Report.  (2005) pp. 1-17

Drury and Stott. Contextualising the crowd in contemporary social science. Contemporary Social Science (2011) vol. 6 (3) pp. 275-288

Johnson. Contingency Planning for 2012 Olympic Venues.  (2007) pp. 1-19

Griffiths. Control of Noise at Work Regulations.  (2007) pp. 1-2

Daamen. Controlled experiments to derive walking behaviour.  (2004) pp. 1-30

Proulx. Cool under fire.  (2002) pp. 1-3

Helbing and Johansson. Cooperation, Norms, and Revolutions: A Unified Game-Theoretical Approach. PLoS ONE (2010) vol. 5 (10) pp. e12530

Legal. Corporate Manslaughter Act 2007.  (2008) pp. 1-22

Mit. Costs and service planning practice.  (2004) pp. 1-14

EUAC. Council Directive 89-618-Euratom.  (2010) pp. 1-5

EUAC. Council Directive 96-29-Euratom.  (2001) pp. 1-147

NaCTSO. Counter Terrorism Protective Security Advice for Stadia and Arenas.  (2006) pp. 1-62

NPIA. Critical Incident Management.  (2007) pp. 1-57

Nguyen. Crowd Behavior Cognitive Model Architecture Design.  (2005) pp. 1-10

Ivancevic et al. Crowd Behavior Dynamics: Entropic Path-Integral Model. arXiv (2009) vol. nlin.AO

Saxena. Crowd Behavior Recognition for Video Surveillance.  (2008) pp. 1-12

Zeitz. Crowd Behavior at Mass Gatherings: A Literature Review.  (2009) pp. 1-7

OSHA. Crowd Control.  (2009) pp. 1-4

SRK. Crowd Control. 

Australia. Crowd Control at Venues and Events.  (2007) pp. 1-44

Still. Crowd Dynamics.  (2000) pp. 1-280

Mckenzie. Crowd Federate Architecture and API Design.  (2004) pp. 1-14

CMS. Crowd Management.  (2002) pp. 1-16

FA. Crowd Management Good Practice Guide 2010.  (2010) pp. 1-31

OSHA. Crowd Management Safety Guidelinesfor Retailers.  (2011) pp. 1-2

RSSB. Crowd Management at Stations: A good practice guide.  (2004) pp. 1-8

Yamin. Crowd Management with RFID & Wireless Technologies.  (2009) pp. 1-4

O'Toole. Crowd Number Forecasting for Special Events.  (2006) pp. 1-6

Reicher. Crowd Psychology.  (2010) pp. 1-22

Stott. Crowd Psychology & Public Order Policing: An Overview of Scientific Theory and Evidence.  (2009) pp. 1-20

Stott. Crowd Psychology and Public Order Policing.  (2006) pp. 1-24

Pelechano. Crowd Simulation Incorporating Agent Psychological Models, Roles and Communication.  (2005) pp. 1-10

Shendarkar. Crowd Simulation for Emergency Response Using BDI Agent Based on Virtual Reality.  (2006) pp. 1-9

ASSH. Crowd Violence at Australian Sport.  (2000) pp. 1-116

Zhan. Crowd analysis: a survey.  (2008) pp. 1-14

Johansson. Crowd and environmental management during mass gatherings.  (2012) pp. 1-7

Hoskin. Crowd characteristics and egress at stadia.  (2008) pp. 1-10

Gawroński and Kułakowski. Crowd dynamics - being stuck. arXiv (2010) vol. physics.soc-ph

Langston. Crowd dynamics discrete element multi-circle model.  (2006) pp. 1-23

Venuti et al. Crowd dynamics on a moving platform: Mathematical modelling and application to lively footbridges. Mathematical and Computer Modelling (2007) vol. 45 (3-4) pp. 252-269

Stott. Crowd dynamics, policing and ‘hooliganism’ at ‘Euro2004’.  (2005) pp. 1-13

USA. Crowd management and civil disobedience guidelines.  (2003) pp. 1-35

Moore. Crowd management learning from History.  (2010) pp. 1-11

Helbing et al. Crowd turbulence: the physics of crowd disasters. arXiv (2007) vol. physics.soc-ph

Johnson and Hui. Crowd-Anticrowd Theory of Collective Dynamics in Competitive,  Multi-Agent Populations and Networks. arXiv (2003) vol. cond-mat.dis-nn

Hart and Johnson. Crowd-Anticrowd Theory of Multi-Agent Minority Games. arXiv (2002) vol. cond-mat

Hart et al. Crowd-anticrowd model of the Minority Game. arXiv (2000) vol. cond-mat

HMG. Crowded Places: A Response to the Consultation.  (2010) pp. 1-30

HMG. Crowded Places: Equality Impact Assessment of Guidance and Response to Recommendations.  (2010) pp. 1-14

HMG. Crowded Places: Impact Assessment of Guidance.  (2010) pp. 1-22

HMG. Crowded Places: The Planning System and Counter-Terrorism.  (2010) pp. 1-20

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Bruno. Crowd–structure interaction in footbridges: Modelling, application to a real case-study and sensitivity analyses.  (2009) pp. 1-19

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Legal. Cunningham v District of Columbia.  (2005) pp. 1-25

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Economics. DE_TrainDwell_SNTZ_12. 

Lee. DYNAMIC LEARNING IN HUMAN DECISION BEHAVIOR FOR EVACUATION SCENARIOS UNDER BDI FRAMEWORK.  (2009) pp. 1-5

Magalhaes. DYNAMIC TESTING OF THE NEW COIMBRA FOOTBRIDGE BEFORE IMPLEMENTATION OF CONTROL DEVICES.  (2006) pp. 1-10

Garcia. Daniel Garcia - Next notes.  (2007) pp. 1-18

Johansson. Data-Driven Modeling of Pedestrian Crowds.  (2009) pp. 1-185

Leigh. Deaths in Police Custody:Learning the Lessons.  (1998) pp. 1-109

Field. Decay of Correlations, Central Limit Theorems and Approximations by Brownian Motion for Compact Lie Group Extensions.  (2010) pp. 1-29

Museum. Definition of Crowd Safety Goals and Overcrowding.  (2008) pp. 1-4

Khanban. Delaunay Triangulation and Voronoi Diagram with Imprecise Input Data.  (2003) pp. 1-8

CASA. Delivering light-weight online geographic information analysis using ArcIMS .  (2002) pp. 1-6

Hoogendoorn. Design Assessment of Lisbon Transfer Stations using Microscopic Pedestrian Simulation .  (2004) pp. 1-12

Still. Design Criteria for the Al-Masjid al-Haram (Holy Mosque) in Makkah, Saudi Arabia.  (2008) pp. 1-34

Hivoss. Design of Footbridges Background Document.  (2009) pp. 1-55

McKenzie. Designing Physical Layer Components in a Reconfigurable Crowd Federate.  (2005) pp. 1-10

Girgensohn et al. Determining Activity Patterns in Retail Spaces through Video Analysis.  (2008) pp. 1-4

Petty. Developing a Crowd Federate for Military Simulation.  (2004) pp. 1-11

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Lord. Development in codes around the world.  (2003) pp. 1-5

Gross. Development of Procedures to Analyze Queueing Models with Heavy-Tailed Interarrivals and Service Times.  (2005) pp. 1-9

KIM. Development of train scheduling model accommodating transfer behavior.  (2005) pp. 1-13

Pauls. Development processes for, and effectiveness of home safety guidance for fall prevention.  (2006) pp. 1-6

Gross. Difficulties in simulating queues with pareto service.  (2002) pp. 1-9

Manocha. Directing Crowd Simulations Using Navigation Fields.  (2009) pp. 1-7

Patil. Directing Crowd Simulations Using Navigation Fields.  (2010) pp. 1-12

Ashwin. Drift for Euclidean Extensions of Dynamical Systems.  (2010) pp. 1-6

Puong. Dwell Time Model and Analysis for the MBTA Red Line.  (2000) pp. 1-10

Hoogendoorn. Dynamic user-optimal assignment in continuous time and space.  (2004) pp. 1-22

Kokshenev. Dynamics of Human Walking. arXiv (2004) vol. physics.bio-ph

Pauls. ELEVATOR USE FOR EGRESS: THE HUMAN-FACTORS PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS.  (2007) pp. 1-14

Marana. ESTIMATING CROWD DENSITY WITH MINKOWSKI FRACTAL DIMENSION287.  (1998) pp. 1-4

Pauls. EVIDENCE FOR ENVIRONMENT-BASED FALL PREVENTION.  (2007) pp. 1-4

BUTZ. EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOUR OF LIVELY FOOTBRIDGES.  (2009) pp. 1-10

RSSB. Easement of passenger bottlenecks at terminal station platforms: Specification for passenger flow modelling .  (2008) pp. 1-38

HSE. Effects of flashfires on building occupants.  (2003) pp. 1-62

Pauls. Elevators and Stairs for Evacuation: Comparisons and Combinations.  (2003) pp. 1-11

HMG. Emergency Preparedness.  (2005) pp. 1-232

Hanna. Emergency Preparedness Guidelines For Mass, Crowd-Intensive Events.  (2003) pp. 1-55

Canada. Emergency Preparedness Guidelines for Mass, Crowd-Intensive Events.  (2003) pp. 1-55

NPIA. Emergency Procedures 2009.  (2009) pp. 1-141

HMG. Emergency Response and Recovery.  (2005) pp. 1-104

HMG. Emergency Response and Recovery Guidance.  (2009) pp. 1-347

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Blue. Emergent Fundamental Pedestrian Flows.  (2000) pp. 1-15

Blue. Emergent Fundamental Pedestrian Flows from Cellular Automata Microsimulation.  (1999) pp. 1-17

Boghossian. Empirical Evaluation of motion-based algorithms for automated crowd management.  (2002) pp. 1-20

RSSB. Engineering : Train evacuation risk model - Stay or Go.  (2004) pp. 1-33

Fahy. Enhancement of EXIT89 and Analysis of the World Trade Center Data.  (1997) pp. 1-54

Ivancevic and Reid. Entropic Geometry of Crowd Dynamics. arXiv (2008) vol. nlin.AO

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APTA. Escalators 1.  (2004) pp. 1-31

APTA. Escalators 2.  (2004) pp. 1-39

Nicol. Euclidean Extensions of Dynamical Systems.  (2010) pp. 1-35

Vassalos. Evacuability of Passenger Ships at Sea.  (2003) pp. 1-14

Schadschneider. Evacuation Dynamics: Empirical Results Modelling and Applications.  (2010) pp. 1-57

Schadschneider. Evacuation Dynamics: Empirical Results, Modeling and Applications.  (2012) pp. 1-57

Pauls. Evacuation and other movement in buildings: Some high-rise evacuation models, general pedestrian movement models and human performance data needs.  (2004) pp. 1-14

Heliovaara. Evacuation experiments in offices and public buildings.  (2007) pp. 1-53

Proulx. Evacuation of the World Trade Center: what went right?.  (2003) pp. 1-9

Sarmady. Evaluation of Existing software for simulating of crowd at Masjid Al-Haram.  (2009) pp. 1-9

YOUNG. Evaluation of Pedestrian Walking Speeds in Airport Terminals.  (1999) pp. 1-7

Gwent. Event Planning - Police policy.  (2006) pp. 1-10

HSE. Event Safety Guide.  (2002) pp. 1-222

Strawbridge. Event Safety Policy.  (2008) pp. 1-27

Australia. Events Guide 2009.  (2009) pp. 1-156

Drury et al. Everyone for themselves? A comparative study of crowd solidarity among emergency survivors. British Journal of Social Psychology (2010) vol. 48 (3) pp. 487-506

HSE. Examination of crush barriers, Leppings Lane end, Central Pen. (Annexe 3).  (2005) pp. 1-35

Daamen. Experimental Research of Pedestrian Walking Behavior .  (2004) pp. 1-16

Caetano. Experimental and numerical assessment of the dynamic behaviour of a stress-ribbon footbridge.  (2004) pp. 1-10

Moussaid et al. Experimental study of the behavioural mechanisms underlying  self-organization in human crowds. arXiv (2009) vol. physics.soc-ph

White. Expert Assessment of Stigmergy:A Report for the Department of National Defence.  (2005) pp. 1-149

Sanchez. Exploring the world of agent-based simulations: simple models, complex analyses.  (2002) pp. 1-11

Hoogendoorn. Extracting Microscopic Pedestrian Characteristics from Video Data.  (2002) pp. 1-15

Murphy. Extreme Value Analysis.  (2011) pp. 1-38

FA. FA Good Practice Guide for Football Clubs.  (2010) pp. 1-31

Mann. FIRE RISK ASSESSMENT STUDY FOR A HIGH SPEED TRAIN.  (2005) pp. 1-23

AL-AZZAWI. Factors affecting pedestrian walking speeds.  (2009) pp. 1-267

KNOBLAUCH. Field Studies of Pedestrian Walking Speed and Start-Up Time.  (1997) pp. 1-12

NGOEPE. Final Report-Ellis Park Soccer Disaster.  (2002) pp. 1-133

Weir. Findings and Recommendations by the Coronial Inquest into the Death of Jessica Michalik .  (2002) pp. 1-15

SFPE. Fire Alarm Testing Strategies Can Improve Occupant Response and Reduce the “CRY WOLF” SYNDROME.  (2003) pp. 1-2

FEMA. Fire Deaths.  (1997) pp. 1-23

Hoskin. Fire Protection and Evacuation Procedures of Stadia Venues in New Zealand.  (2004) pp. 1-229

ISMC. Fire Safety Management Programme & Emergency Evacuation Plans Manual.  (2007) pp. 1-18

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment : 5 Key Steps.  (2006) pp. 1-1

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Animal Premises and Stables.  (2007) pp. 1-150

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Educational premises.  (2006) pp. 1-147

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Factories and Warehouses.  (2006) pp. 1-148

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Healthcare Premises.  (2006) pp. 1-162

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Large places of assembly.  (2006) pp. 1-155

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Means of escape for disabled people.  (2007) pp. 1-56

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Offices and shops.  (2006) pp. 1-145

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Open air events and venues.  (2007) pp. 1-120

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Residential care premises.  (2006) pp. 1-155

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Sleeping Accomodation.  (2006) pp. 1-147

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Small and Medium places of assembly.  (2006) pp. 1-145

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Theatres, Cinemas and similar premises.  (2006) pp. 1-162

HMG. Fire Safety Risk Assessment: Transport premises and facilities.  (2007) pp. 1-162

Hall. Fire in the US and Japan.  (2003) pp. 1-11

Daamen. First-order Pedestrian Traffic Flow Theory.  (2005) pp. 1-14

HSE. Five steps to risk assessment.  (2006) pp. 1-8

RIPLEY. Floods, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Wildfires, Earthquakes ... Why We Don't Prepare .  (2006) pp. 1-7

Ellis. Floor Vibration induced by dance type loads.  (2006) pp. 1-6

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Transports et al. Footbridges - Assement of vibrationa behaviour of footbridges under pedestrian loading.  (2006) pp. 1-131

Yudin. From Chaos to Trends in Forex.  (2008) pp. 1-3

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Title page and index

Chapter 1 - Introduction

Chapter 2 - Crowd problems and crowd safety

Chapter 3 - Crowd dynamics

Chapter 4 - Principles of a simulation

Chapter 5 - Legion (agent based simulation)

Chapter 6 - Validation of a computer model

Chapter 7 - Case study 1: Balham Station

Chapter 8 - Case study 2: Hong Kong Jockey Club

Chapter 9 - Conclusions

PhD references

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