Master's thesis, Technische Universität Dresden, 2014. Paper abstract bibtex
To reach more realistic simulations it seems necessary to take some individual factors into consideration. Individual knowledge is the basis for those individuality. It is needed for individual decision making and social behavior. Another important feature, the human perception, is often missing in actual implementation. If we want to consider dynamic circumstances which in uence the route choice we need to have a perception layer. The information gathered from this perception layer should then be written in the aforementioned knowledge representation. This shows, that a versatile knowledge representation combined with perception possibilities and decision making is needed. All implementations developed for this thesis are done with the Jülich Pedestrian Simulator, a collection of tools for pedestrian dynamics simulation developed at the research centre Jülich.