Jon Kerridge
Jon Kerridge
Professor of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University
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Human movement behaviour in urban spaces: Implications for the design and modelling of effective pedestrian environments
A Willis, N Gjersoe, C Havard, J Kerridge, R Kukla
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 31 (6), 805-828, 2004
Agent-based modelling of pedestrian movements: the questions that need to be asked and answered
J Kerridge, J Hine, M Wigan
Environment and planning B: Planning and design 28 (3), 327-341, 2001
PEDFLOW: Development of an autonomous agent model of pedestrian flow
R Kukla, J Kerridge, A Willis, J Hine
Transportation Research Record 1774 (1), 11-17, 2001
Occam programming: a practical approach
J Kerridge
Blackwell Scientific Publications, Ltd., 1987
Laying the foundations: The use of video footage to explore pedestrian dynamics in PED-FLOW
A Willis, R Kukla, J Kerridge, J Hine
Pedestrian and evacuation dynamics, 181-186, 2002
Developing the behavioural rules for an agent-based model of pedestrian movement
A Willis, R Kukla, J Hine, J Kerridge
Best Practice for Implementing a Data Warehouse: A Review for Strategic Alignment.
R Weir, T Peng, JM Kerridge
DMDW, 2003
Monitoring the movement of pedestrians using low-cost infrared detectors: initial findings
J Kerridge, A Armitage, D Binnie, L Lei, N Sumpter
Proceedings US Transport Research Board Annual Meeting, 113, 2004
Three solutions for a robot arm controller using Pascal‐Plus, occam and edison
JM Kerridge, D Simpson
Software: Practice and Experience 14 (1), 3-15, 1984
A product line based aspect-oriented generative unit testing approach to building quality components
Y Feng, X Liu, J Kerridge
31st Annual International Computer Software and Applications Conference …, 2007
Collecting pedestrian trajectory data in real-time
J Kerridge, S Keller, T Chamberlain, N Sumpter
Pedestrian and Evacuation Dynamics 2005, 27-39, 2007
Application of context-mediated behavior to a multi-agent pedestrian flow model (PEDFLOW)
R Kukla, A Willis, J Kerridge
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 2003
A Critique of JCSP Networking.
K Chalmers, JM Kerridge, I Romdhani
CPA, 271-291, 2008
Mobility in JCSP: New Mobile Channel and Mobile Process Models
A McEwan, S Schneider, W Ifill, P Welch
CPA, 163-182, 2007
Groovy Parallel! A Return to the Spirit of occam?
JM Kerridge, K Barclay, J Savage
CPA, 13-28, 2005
Measuring pedestrian trajectories with low cost infrared detectors: preliminary results
A Armitage, TD Binnie, J Kerridge, L Lei
Pedestrian Evacuation and Dynamics–2003, Galea, ER (ed), University of …, 2003
PEDFLOW—A system for modelling pedestrian movement using occam
J Kerridge, N McNair
Architectures, languages and techniques for concurrent systems, 1-17, 1999
The Design of the IDIOMS Parallel Database Machine.
JM Kerridge
BNCOD, 128-147, 1991
SystemCSP–Visual Notation
P Welch, J Kerridge, F Barnes
Communicating Process Architectures 2006: WoTUG-29: Proceedings of the 29th …, 2006
Portable csp based design for embedded multi-core systems
P Welch, J Kerridge, F Barnes
Communicating Process Architectures 2006: WoTUG-29: Proceedings of the 29th …, 2006
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