基于ACP方法的高层建筑火灾中人员疏散策略研究
胡玉玲; 王飞跃; 刘希未
Source Publication自动化学报
2014
Volume40Issue:2Pages:185-196
Other AbstractHigh-rise buildings have the characteristics of huge structure, high density of population, limited number of exits. How to improve the evacuation efficiency as far as possible by reasonable distribution of evacuees at exits is an important content in fire emergency management. The human-centered evacuation system is a typical complex system that is very hard to do actual experiments. In this paper, we propose a new method based on the artificial system, computational experiments, parallel execution (ACP) approach. An artificial evacuation system based on the agent technology is built, and computational experiments based on fire scenarios are done to verify and evaluate the evacuation efficiency of the strategies. The idea of parallel execution between the physical evacuation system and the artificial evacuation system is also given. Finally, a complete case is given to verify the feasibility of the whole research idea.
Keyword高层建筑 火灾应急管理 疏散策略 Acp方法 计算实验
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ia.ac.cn/handle/173211/11403
Collection复杂系统管理与控制国家重点实验室_先进控制与自动化
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胡玉玲,王飞跃,刘希未. 基于ACP方法的高层建筑火灾中人员疏散策略研究[J]. 自动化学报,2014,40(2):185-196.
APA 胡玉玲,王飞跃,&刘希未.(2014).基于ACP方法的高层建筑火灾中人员疏散策略研究.自动化学报,40(2),185-196.
MLA 胡玉玲,et al."基于ACP方法的高层建筑火灾中人员疏散策略研究".自动化学报 40.2(2014):185-196.
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