Frequency Distribution of Pedestrians in a Rectangular Grid

Frequency Distribution of Pedestrians in a Rectangular Grid

Which streets or paths in a town or university campus will be most congested by pedestrians? The author compares and illustrates the results obtained from the principles of 'random walk' (equiprobable choice at street intersections) and 'random paths'. It is shown that they are not equivalent.

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