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Title: Developing a training simulation using DI-guy
Authors: Lim, Christopher Yee Kok
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: Crowd control simulation of pedestrians at the railway station had always been a challenge to researches. With the advancement of modern technology, automated virtual human characters simulating in a virtual environment are made possible. Realistic constructions of the train station with the characters are made possible with the help of DI-Guy. DI-Guy is a real-time simulation of virtual world with life-like human characters, an invaluable tool for training, visualization and planning. The aim of this project is making use of the various features of the DI-Guy in developing a framework infrastructure to build intelligent minds for the individual characters as well as the operational study of the transportation system and the public behavior of agent in a simulated virtual environment. The behavior will be program into the artificial life model agent to interact with the surrounding environment and to perform to the different state of desire in which the agent might have. Each agent is able to perform the desired state of action effectively with the support of DI-Guy AI based on its individual goals and objective. Its hierarchical framework efficiently supports situational awareness and individual perceptual sensing. With this, the agents are able to behave human-like simulating different behaviors upon the different scenarios initialized during the run of the simulation.
Schools: School of Computer Engineering 
Research Centres: Parallel and Distributed Computing Centre 
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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