Diana Suleimenova
Diana Suleimenova
Lecturer in Computer Science, Brunel University London
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A generalized simulation development approach for predicting refugee destinations
D Suleimenova, D Bell, D Groen
Scientific reports 7 (1), 13377, 2017
The impact of uncertainty on predictions of the CovidSim epidemiological code
W Edeling, H Arabnejad, R Sinclair, D Suleimenova, K Gopalakrishnan, ...
Nature Computational Science 1 (2), 128-135, 2021
Mastering the scales: a survey on the benefits of multiscale computing software
D Groen, J Knap, P Neumann, D Suleimenova, L Veen, K Leiter
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 377 (2142), 20180147, 2019
FACS: a geospatial agent-based simulator for analysing COVID-19 spread and public health measures on local regions
I Mahmood, H Arabnejad, D Suleimenova, I Sassoon, A Marshan, ...
Journal of Simulation 16 (4), 355-373, 2022
How policy decisions affect refugee journeys in South Sudan: a study using automated ensemble simulations
D Suleimenova, D Groen
SimSoc Consortium, 2020
Building confidence in simulation: applications of EasyVVUQ
DW Wright, RA Richardson, W Edeling, J Lakhlili, RC Sinclair, ...
Advanced Theory and Simulations 3 (8), 1900246, 2020
Introducing vecmatk-verification, validation and uncertainty quantification for multiscale and hpc simulations
D Groen, RA Richardson, DW Wright, V Jancauskas, R Sinclair, ...
Computational Science–ICCS 2019: 19th International Conference, Faro …, 2019
Towards an automated framework for agent-based simulation of refugee movements
D Suleimenova, D Bell, D Groen
2017 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 1240-1251, 2017
VECMAtk: a scalable verification, validation and uncertainty quantification toolkit for scientific simulations
D Groen, H Arabnejad, V Jancauskas, WN Edeling, F Jansson, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 379 (2197), 20200221, 2021
Sensitivity-driven simulation development: a case study in forced migration
D Suleimenova, H Arabnejad, WN Edeling, D Groen
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 379 (2197), 20200077, 2021
Model uncertainty and decision making: Predicting the Impact of COVID-19 Using the CovidSim Epidemiological Code
W Edeling, A Hamid, R Sinclair, D Suleimenova, K Gopalakrishnan, ...
Research Square, 2020
A coupled food security and refugee movement model for the South Sudan conflict
C Vanhille Campos, D Suleimenova, D Groen
Computational Science–ICCS 2019: 19th International Conference, Faro …, 2019
Towards modelling the effect of evolving violence on forced migration
D Groen, D Bell, H Arabnejad, D Suleimenova, SJE Taylor, A Anagnostou
2019 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 297-307, 2019
A route pruning algorithm for an automated geographic location graph construction
C Schweimer, BC Geiger, M Wang, S Gogolenko, I Mahmood, A Jahani, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 11547, 2021
Tutorial applications for Verification, Validation and Uncertainty Quantification using VECMA toolkit
D Suleimenova, H Arabnejad, WN Edeling, D Coster, OO Luk, J Lakhlili, ...
Journal of Computational Science 53, 101402, 2021
Towards Accurate Simulation of Global Challenges on Data Centers Infrastructures via Coupling of Models and Data Sources
S Gogolenko, D Groen, D Suleimenova, I Mahmood, M Lawenda, ...
Computational Science–ICCS 2020: 20th International Conference, Amsterdam …, 2020
Building global research capacity in public health: The case of a science gateway for physical activity lifelong modelling and simulation
A Anagnostou, SJE Taylor, D Groen, D Suleimenova, N Anokye, R Bruno, ...
2019 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 1067-1078, 2019
Modelling refugees escaping violent events: A feasibility study from an input data perspective
NT Chan, D Suleimenova, D Bell, D Groen
Proceedings of the Operational Research Society 9th Simulation Workshop …, 2018
Forecasting Forced Migration by Coupling an Agent-based Simulation Approach with Weather Data
D Suleimenova, A Jahani, H Arabnejad, D Groen
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-16086, 2021
Predicting forced displacement using a generalised and automated agent-based simulation
D Suleimenova
Brunel University London, 2020
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