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By Oleg I. Smokty (auth.), Beniamino Murgante, Sanjay Misra, Maurizio Carlini, Carmelo M. Torre, Hong-Quang Nguyen, David Taniar, Bernady O. Apduhan, Osvaldo Gervasi (eds.)

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The five-volume set LNCS 7971-7975 constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the thirteenth overseas convention on Computational technology and Its purposes, ICCSA 2013, held in Ho Chi Minh urban, Vietnam in June 2013. The 248 revised papers awarded in 5 tracks and 33 designated periods and workshops have been rigorously reviewed and chosen. The forty six papers incorporated within the 5 basic tracks are prepared within the following topical sections: computational tools, algorithms and medical purposes; high-performance computing and networks; geometric modeling, photographs and visualization; complicated and rising functions; and data structures and applied sciences. The 202 papers offered in specific classes and workshops disguise quite a lot of themes in computational sciences starting from computational technology applied sciences to express components of computational sciences corresponding to special effects and digital reality.

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Whereas V (S) is weighting the strategic part of the A Multiphase Model for Interacting Pedestrian Flows 23 pedestrian way, V (T ) is weighting the tactical part. A generic assumption for V (S) is to be decreasing (V (S) ) ≤ 0, V (S) (0) = 1, V (S) (1) = 0, (14) describing a throttling effect at higher concentrations: the more persons are in a given region, the more they get stuck on their way towards the strategic direction. The tactical velocity V (T ) is assumed to increase (V (T ) ) ≥ 0, V (T ) (0) = 0, V (T ) (1) = 1 .

SS arccos ] B T0 W 0 I (W ,K , ] , M ,W 0 ) T arccosK W 1 W* W I * (W * ,K* , ] , M ,W 0 ) W* 2W 0 1 S  arccosK (W 0 W ) I (W 0  W , K , ] , M , W 0 ) A W* 0 0 arccos ] 2W 0 (W W 0 )* * I ª¬(W 0  W )* , K* , ] , M ,W 0 º¼ W W 0 T0 SS Fig. 1. Initial radiation (A) and mirror reflection (B) (relative to the slab’s middle level radiation fields 1 2 τ) By uniting the initial and mirror radiation fields into one field (see Fig. 2), we come to mirror symmetry treatment of the classical radiative transfer problem for the slab of a finite optical thickness.

The equation (17) contains a second transport term by the definition: grad grad fˆi ≡ fˆi ( 1, 2) = bi i χ( ) ∇ , (24) (t) with V (T ) = bi , di = χ( ) ∇ and total fluxes grad , φi = f i + fˆi i = 1, . . , n . (25) These fluxes depends on the total density . 3 Numerical Examples By the following examples we illustrate the fundamental difference in the behaviour of the ”divergence” or Δ-model (9) and the ”gradient” or ∇-model (20) A Multiphase Model for Interacting Pedestrian Flows 25 for a simple, but instructive 2D situation of two pedestrian streams crossing each other in an angle of 180◦.

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