DEVELOPING AGENT-BASED TSUNAMI EVACUATION MODEL FOR PEDESTRIAN AND CAR EVACUEES
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Takabatake, T., Fujisawa, K., Esteban, M., & Shibayama, T. (2020). DEVELOPING AGENT-BASED TSUNAMI EVACUATION MODEL FOR PEDESTRIAN AND CAR EVACUEES. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, (36v), currents.12. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36v.currents.12

Abstract

Appropriate evacuation strategies play an important role in saving lives during tsunamis. Evacuation by vehicle is generally not recommended, as it would induce severe congestion on roads. Nevertheless, it could be helpful for vulnerable people (e.g. the disabled, elderly, or infants) who live in an area which a tsunami would reach immediately after an earthquake, and cannot walk fast. Despite this, to date there are few simulation tools that can accurately reproduce the evacuation behavior of both pedestrians and vehicles as well as the tsunami inundation process. To help disaster risk managers with this problem, the authors newly developed an agent-based tsunami evacuation model that can consider both tsunami wave hydrodynamics and the behavior of both of these types of agents (i.e. vehicles and people) during evacuation.

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