Title

Modeling agent formations in two-party adversarial crowds : the case of kettling and bodyguard formations

Date of Award

2015

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Computer Science

Department

Information Systems & Computer Science

Abstract

This study makes use of an adapted agent-based crowd model that simulates the behavior of two-party adversarial crowds in two real-world scenarios: a kettling (containment) formation of police blocking the passage of a protester crowd; and a leader protec

Comments

The C7.P67 2015

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