By Kevin B. Korb, Marcus Randall, Tim Hendtlass
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Hence if the best design is one in which 120 pedestrians are evacuated in 2 minutes then the design giving 118 pedestrians will also be called optimal. 0 ms−1 in the simulations. In normal situations any obstacles in the room near the exit causes a discomfort. K. Shukla D= 1 N (v α − v α )2 α (v α )2 = 1 N 1− α vα 2 (v α )2 . (2) Here bar denotes a time average and the number of pedestrians N = 200. Obviously 0 ≤ D ≤ 1 and D needs to be minimized. The measure D reﬂects the frequency and degree of sudden velocity changes or the level of discontinuity of walking because of necessary avoidance maneuvers due to pedestrians and obstacles.
For the purpose of this study, two fixed neighbourhood structures are created specifically for group sizes N = 4 and N = 5, as depicted in Figure 1. In these fixed structures, each agent is designed to interact with the same neighbouring agents throughout a game. Apart from the fixed neighbourhood structures, we also use random neighbourhood structures, where the neighbouring agents are randomly picked. Figure 2 shows the examples of random structures with group sizes of 4 and 5 respectively. It is necessary to note that in the random neighbourhood structures, the neighbouring agents are being changed in every generation.
Kirley, and J. Pfau (a) Iteration 5 (b) Iteration 100 (c) Iteration 1000 Fig. 1. Three snap shots of the emerging social network at diﬀerent iterations of the simulation. In this sample, |P| = 40 and N = 3. assume that the actions of other agents are observable. Otherwise, establishing links as described here would be impossible. Defective actions cannot lead to negative link weights in order to encourage agents to be forgiving. This is another requirement for successful iterated prisoner’s dilemma strategies according to .
Artificial Life: Borrowing from Biology: 4th Australian Conference, ACAL 2009, Melbourne, Australia, December 1-4, 2009, Proceedings by Kevin B. Korb, Marcus Randall, Tim Hendtlass