ARSLab Publications

Publications in 2019
41- "Defining DEVS models for biology pathways in e-coli cells", Laouen Belloli, Master thesis from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina - 2019 thesis_Laouen Belloli_compressed.pdf



44- "Heterogeneous Crowd Simulation", Srivastav R. Janapalli, Omar Hesham, Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of Annual Simulation Symposium (Spring-Sim ASS), Tucson AZ - 2019 Heterogenous_Crowd_Sim-min.pdf

45- "Investigation of Versatile Datatypes for Representing Time in Discrete Event Simulation", Damian Vicino, Gabriel A. Wainer, Guillermo Trabes, 2019 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), page pp. 2701-2712, National Harbor, MD, USA, 2019 - 2019 WSC19Vicino.pdf



48- "O-TRAIN CONTROLLER USING DISCREET EVENT METHODOLOGY FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS", Joseph Boi-Ukeme, Gabriel A. Wainer, Vithika Joshi, Navneet Kaushal, 2019 SPRING SIMULATION Conference (demo Session), Tucson AZ - May 2019 148.pdf

49- "Traffic Modeling and Simulation: a DEVS library", Gabriel A. Wainer, Proceedings of SummerSim 2019, Berlin, Germany - 2019 trafficv4 (2).pdf
 
Publications in 2018

51- "A framework to study the resilience of organizations: a case study of a nuclear emergency plan", Cristina Ruiz-Martin, PhD thesis from Carleton University. In cotutelle with Universidad de Valladolid - 2018

52- "Advanced Cell-DEVS Modeling Applications: A Legacy of Norbert Giambiasi", Gabriel A. Wainer, SIMULATION: Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International, page 1-27 - 2018 Advanced Cell-DEVS modeling applications_ a legacy of Norbert Giambiasi.pdf






58- "Formal Abstract Modeling of Dynamic Multiplex Networks", Cristina Ruiz-Martin, Gabriel A. Wainer, Adolfo López-Paredes, Proceedings of ACM SIGSIM Conference on Principles of Advanced Discrete Simulation (PADS), page 61-72, Rome, Italy - 2018 Formal Abstract Modeling of Dynamic Multiplex Networks.pdf




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