Forecasting Visitors’ behaviour in Crowded Museums
Keywords:pedestrian modelling, complex behaviour, floor usage, data acquisition, museums
AbstractIn this paper, we tackle the issue of measuring and understanding the visitors’ dynamics in a crowded museum in order to create and calibrate a predictive mathematical model. The model is then used as a tool to manage, control and optimize the fruition of the museum. Our contribution comes with one successful use case, the Galleria Borghese in Rome, Italy.
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