Wainer's Publications with ARSLab

Publications in 2006
201- "Advanced Parallel simulation techniques for Cell-DEVS models", Gabriel A. Wainer, Ezequiel Glinsky, EUROSIM Simulation News Europe. Special Issue on Parallel and Distributed Simulation, Volume 16, Number 2, page 25--36 - 2006 sne_16_2_paper_p25_p36_parallel_devs_cell_devs_models.pdf

202- "An experiment on the interoperability of DEVS implementations", Stephen Lombardi, Gabriel A. Wainer, Bernard P. Zeigler, Proceedings of SISO Fall Interoperability Workshop, Huntsville, AL. U.S.A - 2006 SIW06-Interop.pdf

203- "Applying Cell-DEVS Methodology for Modeling the Environment", Gabriel A. Wainer, SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Volume 82, Number 10, page 635-660 - October 2006 Environment635.pdf


205- "ATLAS: a specification language for traffic modelling and simulation", Gabriel A. Wainer, Simulation Modeling, Practice and Theory. Elsevier., Volume 14, Number 3, page 317--337 - April 2006 ATLASsimpra.pdf


207- "Cell-DEVS Modeling of Environmental Applications", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the Summit on Environmental Modeling and Software, IEMSS 2006, Burlington, Vermont, USA - July 2006 VermontCellDEVS.pdf

208- "Creating Advanced Fire-Spreading models using the CD++ toolkit", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the Summit on Environmental Modeling and Software, IEMSS 2006, Burlington, Vermont - 2006 VermontFireFull.pdf

209- "DEVSView: A tool for visualizing CD++ simulation models", Wilson Venhola, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of SpringSim 2006 (DEVS Symposium), Huntsville, AL. USA. - 2006 DEVSView.pdf

210- "Experimental results on the implementation of Modelica using DEVS modeling and simulation", Mariana D'Abreu, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of SpringSim 2006 (DEVS Symposium), Huntsville, AL. USA - 2006 DEVSmcd++ERRORv4.pdf

211- "Improved Cell-DEVS Models for Fire Spreading Analysis", Matthew MacLeod, Rachid Chreyh, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of ACRI. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 4173, page 472-481, Perpignan, France - September 2006 ACRI06-Fire.pdf

212- "Modeling Robot Path Planning with CD++", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of ACRI. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 4173, Perpignan, France - 2006 ACRI06-robots.pdf

213- "New Parallel simulation techniques of DEVS and Cell-DEVS in CD++", Ezequiel Glinsky, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 38th IEEE/SCS Annual Simulation Symposium, Huntsville, AL. - 2006 anss06_wainer_g.pdf sne_16_2_paper_p25_p36_parallel_devs_cell_devs_models.pdf

214- "Random Numbers Generation with 2D Cell-DEVS", Abdulelah Al Sanad, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the 2006 SCS Summer Computer Simulation Conference, Calgary, AB, Canada - 2006

215- "Simulation of the re-decking of Jacques Cartier Bridge considering spatial constraints", Cheng Zhang, Amin Hammad, Tarek M. Zayed, Gabriel A. Wainer, Preceedings of the 7th International conference on short and medium span bridges, Montreal, QC, Canada - 2006 632124822.pdf

216- "Vesicle, Synapsin And Actin Concentration Time Series Modelling At The Presynaptic Nerve Terminal", Roderick S. Bain, Shafagh Jafer, Michel Dumontier, James J. Cheetham, Gabriel A. Wainer, Poster, Ottawa Institute of Systems Biology Symposium, Progress in Systems Biology, Ottawa. - October 2006
 
Publications in 2005
217- "A model of virus spreading using Cell-DEVS", Hui Shang, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS) - 2005 ICCS05-virus.pdf


219- "Advanced Visualization of DEVS and Cell-DEVS Models in CD++/Maya", Ayesha Khan, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of SISO Fall Interoperability Workshop, San Diego, CA. U.S.A - 2005 SIW-MAYA.pdf

220- "Cell-DEVS/GDEVS for Complex Continuous Systems", Gabriel A. Wainer, Norbert Giambiasi, SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Volume 81, Number 2, page 137--151 - February 2005 SIM81-2_052233_Wainer.pdf SimulationHeart.pdf


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