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A glossary for research on human crowd dynamics

Autores: Adrian, J.; Amos, M.; Baratchi, M.; Beermann, M.; Bode, N. (Autor de correspondencia); Boltes, M.; Corbetta, A.; Dezecache, G.; Drury, J.; Fu, Z.; Geraerts, R.; Gwynne, S.; Hofinger, G.; Hunt, A.; Kanters, T.; Kneidl, A.; Konya, K.; Köster, G.; Küpper, M.; Michalareas, G.; Neville, F.; Ntontis, E.; Reicher, S.; Ronchi, E.; Schadschneider, A.; Seyfried, A.; Shipman, A.; Sieben, A.; Spearpoint, M.; Sullivan, G. B.; Templeton, A.; Toschi, F.; van der Wal, N.; van Schadewijk, F.; von Krüchten, C.; Wijermans, N.; Yücel, Z.; Zanlungo, F.; Zuriguel Ballaz, Iker
Título de la revista: COLLECTIVE DYNAMICS
ISSN: 2366-8539
Volumen: 4
Número: A19
Páginas: 1 - 13
Fecha de publicación: 2019
This article presents a glossary of terms that are frequently used in research on human crowds. This topic is inherently multidisciplinary as it includes work in and across computer science, engineering, mathematics, physics, psychology and social science, for example. We do not view the glossary presented here as a collection of finalised and formal definitions. Instead, we suggest it is a snapshot of current views and the starting point of an ongoing process that we hope will be useful in providing some guidance on the use of terminology to develop a mutual understanding across disciplines. The glossary was developed collaboratively during a multidisciplinary meeting. We deliberately allow several definitions of terms, to reflect the confluence of disciplines in the field. This also reflects the fact not all contributors necessarily agree with all definitions in this glossary.