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Pedestrian detection and tracking for counting applications in crowded situations
O Sidla, Y Lypetskyy, N Brandle, S Seer
2006 IEEE International Conference on Video and Signal Based Surveillance, 70-70, 2006
1482006
Kinects and human kinetics: A new approach for studying pedestrian behavior
S Seer, N Brändle, C Ratti
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 48, 212-228, 2014
1102014
Kinects and human kinetics: A new approach for studying pedestrian behavior
S Seer, N Brändle, C Ratti
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 48, 212-228, 2014
1102014
Evaluation of indoor guidance systems using eye tracking in an immersive virtual environment
H Schrom-Feiertag, V Settgast, S Seer
Spatial Cognition & Computation 17 (1-2), 163-183, 2017
682017
Evaluation of indoor guidance systems using eye tracking in an immersive virtual environment
H Schrom-Feiertag, V Settgast, S Seer
Spatial Cognition & Computation 17 (1-2), 163-183, 2017
682017
Macroscopic pedestrian flow simulation for designing crowd control measures in public transport after special events
D Bauer, S Seer, N Brändle
Proceedings of the 2007 summer computer simulation conference, 1035-1042, 2007
572007
Validating social force based models with comprehensive real world motion data
S Seer, C Rudloff, T Matyus, N Brändle
Transportation Research Procedia 2, 724-732, 2014
562014
What makes you bike? Exploring persuasive strategies to encourage low-energy mobility
M Wunsch, A Stibe, A Millonig, S Seer, C Dai, K Schechtner, RCC Chin
International conference on persuasive technology, 53-64, 2015
442015
Estimating pedestrian movement characteristics for crowd control at public transport facilities
S Seer, D Bauer, N Brandle, M Ray
2008 11th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation …, 2008
442008
Measurement of pedestrian movements: A comparative study on various existing systems
D Bauer, N Brändle, S Seer, M Ray, K Kitazawa
Pedestrian behavior, 2009
392009
Can walking behavior be predicted?: Analysis of calibration and fit of pedestrian models
C Rudloff, T Matyus, S Seer, D Bauer
Transportation research record 2264 (1), 101-109, 2011
372011
Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians: Strengths and weaknesses
D Bauer, M Ray, S Seer
Transportation research record 2214 (1), 77-84, 2011
362011
Simple sensors used for measuring service times and counting pedestrians: Strengths and weaknesses
D Bauer, M Ray, S Seer
Transportation research record 2214 (1), 77-84, 2011
362011
A dynamic pedestrian route choice model validated in a high density subway station
M Stubenschrott, C Kogler, T Matyus, S Seer
Transportation Research Procedia 2, 376-384, 2014
322014
Track-based finding of stopping pedestrians-a practical approach for analyzing a public infrastructure
N Brandle, D Bauer, S Seer
2006 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, 115-120, 2006
272006
Gamification and social dynamics behind corporate cycling campaigns
A Millonig, M Wunsch, A Stibe, S Seer, C Dai, K Schechtner, RCC Chin
Transportation research procedia 19, 33-39, 2016
252016
Mind the gap: Boarding and alighting processes using the social force paradigm calibrated on experimental data
C Rudloff, D Bauer, T Matyus, S Seer
2011 14th International IEEE Conference on Intelligent Transportation …, 2011
222011
Comparison of different calibration techniques on simulated data
C Rudloff, T Matyus, S Seer
Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2012, 657-672, 2014
142014
Challenged to bike: Assessing the potential impact of gamified cycling initiatives
M Wunsch, A Millonig, S Seer, K Schechtner, A Stibe, RCC Chin
evaluation 23, 24, 2016
122016
Kinects and human kinetics: a new approach for studying crowd behavior
S Seer, N Brändle, C Ratti
arXiv preprint arXiv:1210.2838, 2012
122012
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