Claudio Feliciani
Claudio Feliciani
School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
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Empirical analysis of the lane formation process in bidirectional pedestrian flow
C Feliciani, K Nishinari
Physical Review E 94 (3), 032304, 2016
Measurement of congestion and intrinsic risk in pedestrian crowds
C Feliciani, K Nishinari
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 91, 124-155, 2018
An improved Cellular Automata model to simulate the behavior of high density crowd and validation by experimental data
C Feliciani, K Nishinari
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 451, 135-148, 2016
Mutual anticipation can contribute to self-organization in human crowds
H Murakami, C Feliciani, Y Nishiyama, K Nishinari
Science Advances 7 (12), eabe7758, 2021
Body-rotation behavior of pedestrians for collision avoidance in passing and cross flow
H Yamamoto, D Yanagisawa, C Feliciani, K Nishinari
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 122, 486-510, 2019
A simulation model for non-signalized pedestrian crosswalks based on evidence from on field observation
C Feliciani, L Crociani, A Gorrini, G Vizzari, S Bandini, K Nishinari
Intelligenza Artificiale 11 (2), 117-138, 2017
A universal function for capacity of bidirectional pedestrian streams: Filling the gaps in the literature
C Feliciani, H Murakami, K Nishinari
PloS one 13 (12), e0208496, 2018
Lévy walk process in self-organization of pedestrian crowds
H Murakami, C Feliciani, K Nishinari
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 16 (153), 20180939, 2019
Systematic experimental investigation of the obstacle effect during non-competitive and extremely competitive evacuations
C Feliciani, I Zuriguel, A Garcimartín, D Maza, K Nishinari
Scientific reports 10 (1), 15947, 2020
Traffic flow in a crowd of pedestrians walking at different speeds
A Fujita, C Feliciani, D Yanagisawa, K Nishinari
Physical Review E 99 (6), 062307, 2019
Introduction to Crowd Management: Managing Crowds in the Digital Era: Theory and Practice
C Feliciani, K Shimura, K Nishinari
Springer Nature, 2022
Efficiently informing crowds–Experiments and simulations on route choice and decision making in pedestrian crowds with wheelchair users
C Feliciani, H Murakami, K Shimura, K Nishinari
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 114, 484-503, 2020
Calibration and validation of a simulation model for predicting pedestrian fatalities at unsignalized crosswalks by means of statistical traffic data
C Feliciani, A Gorrini, L Crociani, G Vizzari, K Nishinari, S Bandini
Journal of traffic and transportation engineering (English edition) 7 (1), 1-18, 2020
Identification of social relation within pedestrian dyads
Z Yucel, F Zanlungo, C Feliciani, A Gregorj, T Kanda
PloS one 14 (10), e0223656, 2019
Revealing the hidden rules of bidirectional pedestrian flow based on an improved floor field cellular automata model
S Xue, F Claudio, X Shi, T Li
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 100, 102044, 2020
Trends in crowd accidents based on an analysis of press reports
C Feliciani, A Corbetta, M Haghani, K Nishinari
Safety Science 164, 106174, 2023
Social Groups and Pedestrian Crowds: Experiment on Dyads in a Counter Flow Scenario
A Gorrini, L Crociani, C Feliciani, P Zhao, K Nishinari, S Bandini
International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, 179-184, 2016
Phenomenological description of deadlock formation in pedestrian bidirectional flow based on empirical observation
C Feliciani, K Nishinari
Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment 2015 (10), P10003, 2015
Incentive-based experiments to characterize pedestrians’ evacuation behaviors under limited visibility
S Xue, X Shi, R Jiang, C Feliciani, Y Liu, N Shiwakoti, D Li
Safety Science 133, 105013, 2021
Wall-following behaviour during evacuation under limited visibility: experiment and modelling
S Xue, R Jiang, SC Wong, C Feliciani, X Shi, B Jia
Transportmetrica A: Transport Science 16 (3), 626-653, 2020
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