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Yoshimura, Hidemasa, 2000. Human Behavior. AOFST 4


Human behavior in fire is dependent on complexity of egress routes, familiarity with built environment, spaciousness/closedness, fire and smoke spread, light, alarm signals, fire detector activation time, legibility of way guidance signs, etc. This paper presents a mini-review on human behavior and its modeling, mainly focusing on Japan.

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