Journal Articles

Bode, N. W. F.; Seitz, M. J. (2018) Using Hidden Markov Models to characterise intermittent social behaviour in fish shoals. The Science of Nature, 105, 7.

Seitz, M. J.; Templeton, A.; Drury, J.; Köster, G. & Philippides, A. (2016) Parsimony versus reductionism: How can crowd psychology be introduced into computer simulation? Review of General Psychology.

Seitz, M. J.; Bode, N. W. F. & Köster, G. (2016) How cognitive heuristics can explain social interactions in spatial movement. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 13, 20160439.

Seitz, M. J.; Dietrich, F.; Köster, G. & Bungartz, H.-J. (2016) The superposition principle: A conceptual perspective on pedestrian stream simulations. Collective Dynamics, 1, A2.

Seitz, M. J.; Dietrich, F. & Köster, G. (2015) The effect of stepping on pedestrian trajectories. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 421, 594-604.

Seitz, M. J. & Köster, G. (2014) How update schemes influence crowd simulations. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, 7, P07002.

Seitz M. J. & Köster, G. (2012) Natural discretization of pedestrian movement in continuous space. Physical Review E, 86, 046108.

Book

Seitz, M. J. (2015) Intervalldaten und generalisierte lineare Modelle. BestMasters. Springer. Doi: 10.1007/978-3-658-08746-3_2

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