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On crowds
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Counting Crowds: it's all politics really.

The Parkless Park: the pageantry of mass psychology.

Crowd Dynamics Ltd.: services include crowd control modeling, evacuation planning, traffic management, pedestrian flow engineering, and queuing analysis.

Pedestrian Laboratory: subjecting human test subjects to urban nightmares in order to make public spaces more user-friendly.

Reconfiguring the Jamarat Bridge

The Kumbh Mela Array: people power, Part I.

The Second Great Leap Forward Pamphlet #14: Queuing: “It's civilised to queue, it's glorious to be polite.”

Modeling Urban Panic: can you predict crowd behavior? If so, what would that mean to the built environment?

Crowded: people power, Part II.

Mapping the Inauguration: imagining a multi-touch urban planning orgy.
3 COMMENTS —
  • Ben Bennett
  • December 19, 2008 at 1:29:00 PM CST
  • I love your blog! Thanks for all the time you put into it.

    Small nit... shouldn't that be Medina, not Mina?


  • Alexander Trevi
  • December 19, 2008 at 1:35:00 PM CST
  • Nope, it's Mina. The Jamarat Bridge and tent city are located there.


  • Ben Bennett
  • December 22, 2008 at 1:49:00 PM CST
  • Ah, interesting. Thanks!


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