Publikationen (Auszug) - Prof. Dr. Gerta Köster

2016


Michael J. Seitz, Nikolai W. Bode, and Gerta Köster, How cognitive heuristics can explain social interactions in spatial movement, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 2016, 13, 20160439


Michael J. Seitz, Felix Dietrich, Gerta Köster, and Hans-Joachim Bungartz, The superposition principle: A conceptual perspective on pedestrian stream simulations, Collective Dynamics, 2016, 1, A2


Isabella von Sivers, AnneTempleton, Florian Künzner, Gerta Köster, John Drury, Andrew Philippides, Tobias Neckel, and Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Modelling social identification and helping in evacuation simulation, Safety Science, 2016, 89, 288 - 300


Felix Dietrich, Florian Albrecht, and Gerta Köster, Surrogate Models for Bottleneck Scenarios, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics (PED2016), 2016


Isabealla von Sivers, Florian Künzner, and Gerta Köster, Pedestrian Evacuation Simulation with Separated Families, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics (PED2016), 2016


Benedikt Zönnchen, and Gerta Köster, Detecting Arbitrarily Shaped Queues Using the Fast Marching Method, Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics (PED2016), 2016


2015


Michael J. Seitz, Felix Dietrich, and Gerta Köster. The effect of stepping on pedestrian trajectories. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 421:594--604, 2015


Isabella von Sivers and Gerta Köster. Dynamic stride length adaptation according to utility and personal space. Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 74:104--117, April 2015


2014


F. Dietrich, F. & G. Köster, Gradient navigation model for pedestrian dynamics, Physical Review E, 89:062801, 2014


M. J. Seitz and Gerta Koster. How update schemes influence crowd simulations. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, 7:P07002, 2014


F. Dietrichs, G. Köster, M. J. Seitz, I. v. Sivers, Bridging the gap: From cellular automata to differential equation models for pedestrian dynamics, Journal of Computational Science, 5(5):841--846, 2014


I.v. Sivers, A. Templeton, G. Köster, J. Drury, Humans are not always selfish – social identity and helping behaviour in the simulation of emergency evacuation, Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2014, Delft, Netherlands, 2014


M. Seitz, F. Dietrich, G. Köster, A study of pedestrian stepping behaviour for crowd simulation, Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2014, Delft, Netherlands, 2014


G. Köster, B. Zoennchen, Queuing at bottlenecks using a dynamic floor field for navigation, Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2014, Delft, Netherlands, 2014


G. Köster, F. Treml, M. Seitz, and W. Klein. Validation of crowd models including social groups. In Ulrich Weidmann, Uwe Kirsch, and Michael Schreckenberg, editors, Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2012, pages 1051-1063. Springer International Publishing, 2014


V. Reuter, B. S. Bergner, G. Köster, M. J. Seitz, F. Treml, and D. Hartmann. On modeling groups in crowds:Empirical evidence and simulation results including large groups.In Ulrich Weidmann, Uwe Kirsch, and Michael Schreckenberg, editors, Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2012, pages 835-845. Springer International Publishing, 2014


M. J. Seitz, G. Köster, and Alexander Pfaffinger. Pedestrian group behavior in a cellular automaton. In Ulrich Weidmann, Uwe Kirsch, and Michael Schreckenberg, editors, Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2012, pages 807-814. Springer International Publishing, 2014


2013


M. Davidich, G. Köster (2013) Predicting Pedestrian Flow: A Methodology and a Proof of Concept Based on Real-Life Data. PLoS ONE 8(12): e83355. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083355


G. Köster, F. Treml, M. Gödel, Avoiding numerical pitfalls in social force models, American Physical Society, PHYSICAL REVIEW E 2013, 87, 063305


Isabella von Sivers, G. Köster, Realistic Stride Length Adaptation in the Optimal Steps Model, TGF'13.


F. Dietrich, G. Köster, How navigation according to a distancefunction improves pedestrian motion in ODE-based models, TGF'13. .


G. Köster, F. Treml, M. Gödel, Implementation issues of force based pedestrian motion models, TGF'13.


Maria Davidich, G. Köster, Predictive simulation for real-life rush hour scenarios at a German railway station, TGF'13.


M. Davidich, G. Köster, A methodological approach to adjustment of pedestrian simulations to live scenarios: example of a German railway station, Proceedings of the international conference on Traffic and Granular Flow TGF'11, 2013.


2012


M. J. Seitz and G. Köster, Natural discretization of pedestrian movement in continuous space, American Physical Society, PHYSICAL REVIEW E 2012, 86, 046108


G. Köster, F. Treml, M. Seitz, und W. Klein, Validation of crowd models including social groups, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, Zürich, Switzerland, 2012


V. Reuter, B. S. Bergner, G. Köster, M. Seitz, F. Treml, und D. Hartmann (2012), On Model-ing Groups in Crowds: Empirical Evidence and Simulation Results Including Large Groups, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, Zürich, Switzerland, 2012


M. Seitz, G. Köster, A. Pfaffinger, Pedestrian group behavior in a cellular automaton, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, Zürich, Switzerland, 2012


M. Davidich, G. Köster, Calibrating a General Pedestrian Stream Simulation Model according to a Concrete Real Life Scenario: Example of a German Railway Station, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, Zürich, Switzerland, 2012


A. Borrmann, A. Kneidl, G. Köster, S. Ruzika und M. Thiemann, Bidirectional Coupling of Macroscopic and Microscopic Pedestrian Evacuation Models, Safety ScienceVolume 50, Issue 8, October 2012, Pages 1695–1703


M. Davidich, G. Köster, Towards Automatic and Robust Adjustment of Human Behavioral Parameters in a Pedestrian Stream Model to Measured Data, Safety Science 50 (2012), pp. 1253-1260


2011


G. Köster, M. Seitz, F. Treml, D. Hartmann, W. Klein (2011): On modelling the influence of group formations in a crowd, Contemporary Social Science, 6:3, 397-414, 2011


M. Davidich, G. Köster, A methodological approach to adjustment of pedestrian simulations to real life data: example of a German railway station, International Conference of Traffic and Granular Flow, TGF'11, Moscow 2011


K. Gerhardt, G. Köster, M. Seitz, F. Treml, W. Klein, On free-flow velocities for groups, EMEVAC, Warsaw 2011


2010


G. Köster, D. Hartmann, W. Klein, Microscopic pedestrian simulations: From passenger exchange times to regional evacuation, Proceedings of the International Conference of Operations Research, 2010


M. Davidich, G. Köster, Towards automatic and robust adjustment of human behavioral parameters in a pedestrian stream model to measured data, PED2010: The 5th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, März 2010, Springer Konferenzband angekündigt für 2010


A. Kneidl, G. Köster et al., Bidirectional coupling of macroscopic and microscopic approaches for pedestrian behavior prediction PED2010: The 5th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, März 2010, Springer Konferenzband angekündigt für 2010


H. Hamacher, G. Köster et al., Sandwich approach for evacuation time bounds, PED2010: The 5th International Conference on Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics, März 2010, Springer Konferenzband angekündigt für 2010


2009


G. Köster, W. Klein, A. Meister, Towards the calibration of pedestrian stream simulations, Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics, Springer LNCS 6068, 2010, II:521


2008


Interview: Luft für die Wunde, Pictures of the Future { Siemens Zeitschrift für Forschungund Innovation, Herbst 2008, www.siemens.de/pof


2007


G. Köster, S. Poryazow, Emerging requirements for telecommunication product design and system modeling, Recent advances in modeling and simulation tools for communicationnetworks and services, N. Ince, A. Bragg, (eds.), Springer 2007


2006


G. Köster, H. J. Peter, A prototypical realization of a wireless access network combining WiMax and WLAN, VDE Kongress, ITG-Fachtagung Mobiltiy, Aachen, Oktober 2006


G. Köster Challenges of tool development facing rapidly changing market demands, Modeling and Simulation Tools for Emerging Telecommmunication Networks, Nejat Ince, Ercan Topuz (eds.), Springer 2006


G. Köster, Improving the automatic congestion control functionality in SS7-signaling networks, Computer Networks 36 (2001) 617-624


1996


G. Köster Numerical simulation of a linear model of crystal growth in a vertical Bridgman device, Herbert Utz Verlag 1996