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[AAS90] Al-Balbissi, A. H., Aboul-Ela, M. T. and Sammour, S. (1990) Relationship Between Child Pedestrian Accidents and City Planning in Zarqa, Jordan, Transportation Research Record 1281, 112-116.

[AKM98] Aiba, T., Kajzer, J., Mizuno, K. (1998) Computer simulation model for pedestrian-vehicle impact, Proc of the 10íth Bioengineering, Conference. Hiroshima, Japan, January 23-25. JSME., pp. 112- 113, (in Japanese)

[AM90] AlGadhi,S.A.H. and Mahmassani,H.S. Modelling Crowd Behavior And Movement: Application to Makkah Pilgrimage. Proc. 11th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory. M. Koshi(ed.), Yokohama, Japan July 1990. pp 59-78.

[AM91] AlGadhi,S.A.H. and Mahmassani,H.S. (1991) Simulation Of Crowd Behavior And Movement: Fundamental Relations And Applications. Transportation Research Record 1320, pp. 260-268.

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[ATG+96] Amponsah,F., Turner,J., Grieco,M., Kwablah,A. and Guitink,P. (1996) Commercial Use of Nonmotorized Transport: Evidence from Accra, Ghana, Transportation Research Record 1563, 1-8.

[BA00] Blue, V.J. and Adler, J.L. (2000) Cellular Automata Microsimulation of Bidirectional Pedestrian Flows. Transportation Research Board 1678,135-141.

[BA98] Blue, V.J. and Adler, J. L., (1998). Emergent Fundamental Pedestrian Flows From Cellular Automata Microsimulation, Transportation Research Record 1644, 29-36.

[BA99] Blue, V.J. and Adler, J.L., (1999) Using Cellular Automata. Microsimulation to Model Pedestrian Movements. Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory, A. Ceder (ed.) Elsevier Science Ltd. July 1999, pp. 235-254

[Bal98] Baltes, M. R. (1998) Descriptive Analysis of Crashes Involving Pedestrians in Florida, 1990-1994, Transportation Research Record 1636, 138-.

[Ben91] Benekohal, R. (1991) Procedure for Validation of Microscopic Traffic Flow Simulation Models, Transportation Research Record 1320, pp.190-202

[BH98] Beckwith,D.M. and Hunter-Zaworski,K.M. (1998) Passive Pedestrian Detection at Unsignalized Crossings, Transportation Research Record 1636, 96-103.

[BK94] Bell, D.D. and Kuranami,C. (1994) Nonmotorized Vehicles in Hanoi and Phnom Penh: Existing Situation and Options for Improvement, Transportation Research Record 1441, 93-100.

[BK95] Bell,D.D. and Kuranami,C. (1995) Nonmotorized Vehicles in Metropolitan Manila: Return of the Pedicabs, Transportation Research Record 1487, 90-98.

[CM95] Coffin, A. and Morrall, J. (1995) Walking Speeds of Elderly Pedestrians at Crosswalks, Transportation Research Record 1487, 63-67.

[Dav98] Davis, G. A. (1998) Method for Estimating Effect of Traffic Volume and Speed on Pedestrian Safety for Residential Streets, Transportation Research Record 1636, 110-115.

[EOS97] Ercolano,J.M., Olson, J.S. and Spring, D. M. (1997) Sketch-Plan Method for Estimating Pedestrian Traffic for Central Business Districts and Suburban Growth Corridors, Transportation Research Record 1578, 38-47.

[Fru71a] Fruin, J.J. (1971) Designing for Pedestrians: A Level of Service Concept. Highway research Record 355, 1-15.

[Fru71b] Fruin, J.J. (1971). Pedestrian Planning and Design. Metropolitan Association of Urban Designers and Environmental Planners, Inc. New York.

[FT95] Fazio, J. and Tiwari,G. (1995) Nonmotorized-Motorized Traffic Accidents and Conflicts on Delhi Streets, Transportation Research Record 1487, 68-74.

[Ger95] Gerilla, G.P., Evaluation of Pedestrian Facilities in central Business Districts: The case of Metro Manila, AIT Thesis no GT 94-34, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok.

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[Hel91] Helbing,D. (1991) A mathematical model for the behavior of pedestrians. Behavioral Science 36, 298-310.

[Hel92] Helbing,D. (1992) A fluid-dynamic model for the movement of pedestrians, Complex Systems 6, 391-415.

[Hel92b] Helbing, D. (1992) Models for pedestrian behavior. in: Natural Structures. Principles, Strategies, and Models in Architecture and Nature, Part II. Sonderforschungsbereich 230. Stuttgart. pp. 93-98.

[Hel98] Helbing (1998) Pedestrian dynamics and trail formation: M. Schreckenberg and D. E. Wolf (eds.) Traffic and Granular Flow '97. Springer, Singapore. pp. 21-36.

[Hen71] Henderson, L.F. (1971) The statistics of crowds Fluids. Nature 229, pp. 381-383.

[Hen74] Henderson, L. F. (1974) On the Fluid Mechanic of Human Crowd Motions, Transportation Research 8, pp. 509-515.

[HHD00] Haritaoglu, I., Harwood, D. and Davis, L.S. (2000). W4: Real-time Surveillance of people and their activities, IEEE Transaction of Pattern Analysis and machine Intelligent Vol. PAMI Vol 22 no 8, pp. 809-830.

[HHM98] Houten, R. V., Healey, K. , Malenfant, J. E. L. and Retting,R. (1998) Use of Signs and Symbols To Increase the Efficacy of Pedestrian-Activated Flashing Beacons at Crosswalks ,Transportation Research Record 1636, 92-95.

[HKM87] Hagishima, S., Kurose, S., Mitsuyoshi, K. (1987) Estimation of Pedestrian Shopping Trips in a Neighborhood by Using a Spatial Interaction Model, Environment and Planning A, Vol.19,No.9 .

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[HM95] Helbing, D. and Molnár,P. (1995) Social force model for pedestrian dynamics. Physical Review E 51, 4282-4286

[HM97] Helbing, D and Molnar, P. (1997) Self-Organization Phenomena in Pedestrian Crowds, in: F. Schweitzer (ed.) Self-Organization of Complex Structures: From Individual to Collective Dynamics . Gordon and Breach. London pp. 569-577.

[HM98] Helbing, D. and Molnár, P. (1998) Correlated motion of pedestrians. In: T. Vicsek (ed.) New Directions in Theoretical Biology (Lecture Notes in Biological Physics, Eötvös University, Budapest).

[HM98] Helbing, D. and Molnár, P. (1998) Modeling and simulating pedestrian streams. French translation in: F. Boillot, M. Aron, and J.-P. Lebacque (eds.) Modélisation du Trafic. Actes du Groupe de Travail 1997 (INRETS, Arcueil Cedex).

[HMH+97] Houten, R. V. , Malenfant, J. E. L., Houten, J. V. and Retting, R. A. (1997) Using Auditory Pedestrian Signals To Reduce Pedestrian and Vehicle Conflicts, Transportation Research Record 1578, 20-22.

[HMS94] Helbing, D., Molnar, P. Schweitzer, F. (1994) Computer Simulation of Pedestrian Dynamics and trail Formation, in Evolution of Natural Science, Sonderforschungsbereich 230. Stuttgart. pp 229-234.

[Hoo94] Hook,W. (1994) Role of Nonmotorized Transportation and Public Transport in Japan's Economic Success, Transportation Research Record 1441, 108-115.

[Hoo95] Hook, W. (1995) Economic Importance of Nonmotorized Transportation, Transportation Research Record 1487, 14-21.

[How95] Howe, J. (1995) Enhancing Nonmotorized Transportation Use in Africa-Changing the Policy Climate, Transportation Research Record 1487, 22-26.

[HS99] Helbing, D. and Schreckenberg, M. (1999) Cellular automata simulating experimental properties of traffic flows. Physical Review E 59, R2505-R2508

[HSK+97] Helbing, D. Schweitzer, F. Keltsch, J. and Molnár P. (1997) Active walker model for the formation of human and animal trail systems. Physical Review E 56, 2527-2539.

[HV99] Helbing, D. and Vicsek, T. (1999) Optimal Self-Organization. New Journal of Physics 1, 13.1-13.17.

[HW98] Heisele, B.; Woehler, C. (1998) Motion-based recognition of pedestrians. Proceedings Fourteenth International Conference on Pattern Recognition. Vol. 2, pp. 1325 -1330.

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[Joh97] Johnson, C. D. (1997) Pedestrian Fatalities on Interstate Highways: Characteristics and Countermeasures, Transportation Research Record 1578, 23-29.

[Jor98] Jordan, G. (1998) Child Pedestrian-Car Crashes Near Schools Are a Small Percentage of Total Child Pedestrian Crashes in Philadelphia, Transportation Research Record 1636, 132-137.

Khoudour, L.; Duvieubourg, L.; Meunier, B.; Yue Feng Wan; Deparis, J.-P. (1996) A new fast algorithm using an adaptive structuring element applied to a counting device. Proceedings of International Conference on Image Processing, Vol. 3, pp. 57 -60.
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[KHS+94] Kurose, S., Hagishima, S., Sakai, T., Oshima, K. (1994) A Comparative Study on the Road Networks of Premodern Cities by Using the Transition Matrix of Pedestrian Flow Model, Proc. Int. Sympo. on City Planning , Fukuoka & Kitakyushu, Japan
[KMY98] Kwon,Y.I., Morichi,S. and Yai,T. (1998) Analysis of Pedestrian Behavior and Planning Guidelines with Mixed Traffic for Narrow Urban Streets, Transportation Research Record 1636, 116-123.
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[KW94] Kuranami,C. and Winston,B.P. (1994) Factors Influencing Ownership and Use of Nonmotorized Vehicles in Asian Cities, Transportation Research Record 1441, 116-124.
[KWG94] Kuranami,C., Winston, B.P. and Guitink, P. A. (1994) Nonmotorized Vehicles in Asian Cities: Issues and Policies, Transportation Research Record 1441, 61-70.
[LMH95] Lam, W. H. K., Morrall, J. F. and Ho,H. (1995) Pedestrian Flow Characteristics in Hong Kong, Transportation Research Record 1487, 56-62.
[Lov94] Lovas,G.G.(1994) Modeling and Simulation of Pedestrian Traffic Flow. Transportation Research 28B, pp. 429-443.
[LSC+95] Liu, X.M., Shen,L. D., Chen,S.H. and Huang,J. (1995) Role of Nonmotorized Transportation in the Major Highway System in China, Transportation Research Record 1487, 35-40.

[LTP+90] Lu, Y.J., Tang, Y.Y., Pirard, P., Hsu, Y.H. and Cheng, H.D. (1990). Measurement of Pedestrian Flow Data Using Image Analysis Technique, Transportation Research Record 1281, pp. 87-96.

[LTP+90] Lu, Y.J., Tang,Y.Y, Pirard,P. Hsu, Y.H. and Cheng, H.D. (1990) "Measurement of Pedestrian Flow Data Using Image Analysis Technique," Transportation Research Record 1281, pp. 87-96.
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[MHS+97] Moudon, A. V.,. Hess, P. M., Snyder, M. C. and Stanilov, K. (1997) Effects of Site Design on Pedestrian Travel in Mixed-Use, Medium-Density Environments, Transportation Research Record 1578, 48-55.
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[Nel95] Nelson,A.C. (1995) Private Provision of Public Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Ways: Public Policy Rationale and the Nature of Public and Private Benefits, Transportation Research Record 1502, 96-104.
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[Oka79a] Okazaki, S (1979) A Study of Pedestrian Movement in Architectural Space, Part 1: Pedestrian Movement by the Application on of Magnetic Models. Trans. of A.I.J., No.283, pp.111-119.
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