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  • Formal simulation model to optimize building sustainability

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Fonseca Casas, Antoni; Garrido Soriano, Nuria; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Advances in engineering software
    Date of publication: 2014-03
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  • Passenger flow simulation in a hub airport: an application to the Barcelona International Airport

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Ferran, Xavier
    Simulation modelling practice and theory
    Date of publication: 2014-05
    Journal article

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    This paper describes a conceptual model intended to be applied in a general approach to the micro-simulation of hub airports terminals. The proposed methodology is illustrated with the development of a simulation model originally intended to help in the design of the new terminal at Barcelona International Airport. This model represents in detail, among many other elements, passengers¿ flows in the different areas of these complex facilities. Agent-based simulation techniques were included to represent the different actors¿ behaviors, and a formal representation of the model using Specification and Description Language (SDL) was used to represent the complexity of all the system elements. To pre-process a diverse and considerable amount of raw data provided by airport designers and other sources to feed the simulation environment Flight Planner Manager was developed as a toolkit to parameterize the different model factors and to generate required specific input data. This project was conducted over 3 years leading to the development of a system not only conceived to assess in the airport initial design process but also to constitute a recurrent decision taking instrument to dynamically optimize terminal management and operations.

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    Hypothesis testing by simulation of a medical study model using the expected net benefits criteria  Open access

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira Forns, Joan
    Health (Irvine, Calif.)
    Date of publication: 2013-03-01
    Journal article

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    This work investigates whether to conduct a medical study from the point of view of the expected net benefit taking into account statistical power, time and cost. The hypothesis of this paper is that the expected net benefit is equal to zero. Methods: Information were obtain- ed from a pilot medical study that investigates the effects of two diagnostic modalities, magne- tic resonance imaging (MRI) and computerized axial tomography scanner (CT), on patients with acute stroke. Statistical procedure was applied for planning and contrasting equivalence, non- inferiority and inequality hypotheses of the stu- dy for the effectiveness, health benefits and costs. A statistical simulation model was applied to test the hypothesis that conducting the study would or not result in overall net benefits. If the null hypothesis not rejected, no benefits would occurred and therefore the two arms-patterns of diagnostic and treatment are of equal net bene- fits. If the null hypothesis is rejected, net bene- fits would occur if patients are diagnosed with the more favourable diagnostic modality. Re- sults: For any hypothesis design, the expected net benefits are in the range of 366 to 1796 per patient at 80% of statistical power if conducting the study. The power depends on the monetary value available for a unit of health improvement. Conclusion: The statistical simulations suggest that diagnosing patients with CT will provide more favourable health outcomes showing sta- tistically significant expected net benefits in comparison with MRI.

    This work investigates whether to conduct a medical study from the point of view of the expected net benefit taking into account statistical power, time and cost. The hypothesis of this paper is that the expected net benefit is equal to zero. Methods: Information were obtain- ed from a pilot medical study that investigates the effects of two diagnostic modalities, magne- tic resonance imaging (MRI) and computerized axial tomography scanner (CT), on patients with acute stroke. Statistical procedure was applied for planning and contrasting equivalence, non- inferiority and inequality hypotheses of the stu- dy for the effectiveness, health benefits and costs. A statistical simulation model was applied to test the hypothesis that conducting the study would or not result in overall net benefits. If the null hypothesis not rejected, no benefits would occurred and therefore the two arms-patterns of diagnostic and treatment are of equal net bene- fits. If the null hypothesis is rejected, net bene- fits would occur if patients are diagnosed with the more favourable diagnostic modality. Re- sults: For any hypothesis design, the expected net benefits are in the range of 366 to 1796 per patient at 80% of statistical power if conducting the study. The power depends on the monetary value available for a unit of health improvement. Conclusion: The statistical simulations suggest that diagnosing patients with CT will provide more favourable health outcomes showing sta- tistically significant expected net benefits in comparison with MRI.

  • Conceptual modeling using Petri nets

     Guasch Petit, Antonio; Figueras Jove, Jaume; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Date of publication: 2013-07
    Book chapter

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    Transdisciplinary Models and Applications investigates a variety of programming languages used in validating and verifying models in order to assist in their eventual implementation. This book will explore different methods of evaluating and formalizing simulation models, enabling computer and industrial engineers, mathematicians, and students working with computer simulations to thoroughly understand the progression from simulation to product, improving the overall effectiveness of modeling systems.

    In this chapter, the authors present a formal model of the Anesthesia Unit and Surgical Wards (UAPQ) of a Chilean hospital. The objective was to document and to understand its operation, to assist hospital management and to facilitate its simula - tion. The model was built with Specification and Description Language (SDL). This methodology was used because it allows the design of a model that represents the system in a graphical, modular, and standard way. Our design contains the follow - ing agents: the system, 11 blocks, and 52 processes. The blocks and the processes describe the clinical and administrative activities. The environment of the UAPQ model contains 3 components: clinical services, emergency units, and support units.

  • Definition of virtual reality simulation models using specification and description language diagrams

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Pi Palomés, Xavier; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Jové, Jordi
    Date of publication: 2013-06-26
    Book chapter

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    A full representation of a simulation model encompasses the behavior of the elements that define the model, the definition of the probability distributions that define the delays of the events that control the model, the experimental framework needed for execution, and the graphical representation of certain model elements. This paper aims to use specification and description language to achieve a full model representation by adding two extensions to the language, which allows for a complete and unambiguous definition of a discrete simulation model that is similar to a common discrete operations research simulation tool.

    A full representation of a simulation model encompasses the behavior of the elements that define the model, the definition of the probability distributions that define the delays of the events that control the model, the experimental framework needed for execution, and the graphical representation of certain model elements. This paper aims to use specification and description language to achieve a full model rep- resentation by adding two extensions to the language, which allows for a complete and unambiguous definition of a discrete simulation model that is similar to a common discrete operations research simulation tool.

  • EUROPEAN CLEARING HOUSE FOR OPEN ROBOTICS DEVELOPMENT PLUS PLUS

     Sole Parellada, Francesc; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Grau Saldes, Antoni; Bolea Monte, Yolanda; Puig-pey Claveria, Ana Maria; Sanfeliu Cortes, Alberto
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    Definition of Virtual Reality simulation models using Specification and Description Language Diagrams  Open access

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Pi Palomés, Xavier; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Jové, Jordi
    International System Design Languages Forum
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-28
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    A full representation of a simulation model encompasses the behavior of the elements that define the model, the definition of the probability distributions that define the delays of the events that control the model, the experimental framework needed for execution, and the graphical representation of certain model elements. This paper aims to use specification and description language to achieve a full model representation by adding two extensions to the language, which allows for a complete and unambiguous definition of a discrete simulation model that is similar to a common discrete operations research simulation tool.

    A full representation of a simulation model encompasses the behavior of the elements that define the model, the definition of the probability distributions that define the delays of the events that control the model, the experimental framework needed for execution, and the graphical representation of certain model elements. This paper aims to use specification and description language to achieve a full model representation by adding two extensions to the language, which allows for a complete and unambiguous definition of a discrete simulation model that is similar to a common discrete operations research simulation tool.

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    Simulation and optimization for an experimental environment to wildfire resource management and planning: firefight project modelling and architecture  Open access

     Figueras Jove, Jaume; Guasch Petit, Antonio; Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Winter Simulation Conference
    Presentation's date: 2013-12-09
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    Firefighting resource management is crucial to contain and extinguish wildfires. Resource optimization in wildfire containment can help to reduce the dangers and risks to both human (firemen and area inhabitants) and natural environment. The use of simulation to predict wildfire evolution combined with optimization techniques can lead to an optimal resource deployment and management to minimize natural and human risks. This article proposes a simulation and optimization architecture; a well-defined data format to represent firefighting resources and an experimental platform to simulate wildfire spread, wildfire containment, resource dispatching and management and resource optimization. The simulation and optimization environment will be tested in the Catalonia region (Spain) in collaboration with Catalan Firefight Department.

    Firefighting resource management is crucial to contain and extinguish wildfires. Resource optimization in wildfire containment can help to reduce the dangers and risks to both human (firemen and area inhabitants) and natural environment. The use of simulation to predict wildfire evolution combined with optimization techniques can lead to an optimal resource deployment and management to minimize natural and human risks. This article proposes a simulation and optimization architecture; a well-defined data format to represent firefighting resources and an experimental platform to simulate wildfire spread, wildfire containment, resource dispatching and management and resource optimization. The simulation and optimization environment will be tested in the Catalonia region (Spain) in collaboration with Catalan Firefight Department.

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  • Formalizing geographical models using specification and description language: the wildfire example

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Figueras Jove, Jaume; Guasch Petit, Antonio
    Winter Simulation Conference
    Presentation's date: 2013-12-09
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    In this paper we explore how we can use Specification and Description Language, to represent simulation models that make an intensive use of geographical information, like environmental simulation models. The purpose is to perform a complete unambiguous, graphical and formal representation of a wildfire simulation model. Specification and Description Language is a modern object oriented language that allows the definition of distributed systems. It has focused on the modeling of reactive, state/event driven systems, and has been standardized by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in the Z.100. Thanks to the graphical representation of the simulation model, the interaction between the experts that usually come from different areas is simplified. Also, due to the unambiguous and modular nature of the language, all the details of the model can be validated by personnel that do not necessarily are used with programming languages or simulation infrastructures.

  • Evaluación de la actividad antioxidante de tres plantas del Pirineo: Betula alba, Convolvulus arvensis y Malva sylvestris

     Almajano Pablos, Maria Pilar; Mohd Azman A., Nurul; Segovia, Francisco; Gallego, Gabriela; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Congreso Internacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia de los Alimentos
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-13
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  • LUCHA CONTRA EL FUEGO MEDIANTE LA OPTIMIZACION DE LA LOGISTICA DE TIERRA

     Figueras Jove, Jaume; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Montero Garcia, Jordi; Guasch Petit, Antonio
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  • Desarrollo de tecnologías de eficiencia energética para la construcción de edificios de bajo consumo

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Garrido Soriano, Nuria
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    Building optisim, optimizador NZEB  Open access

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Colls, Màxim; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Fonseca Casas, Antoni; Garrido Soriano, Nuria
    Greencities & sostenibilidad
    Presentation's date: 2012-11-07
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    La simulación de la demanda energética de un edificio es una tarea compleja debido principalmente a dos factores clave. En primer lugar, es necesario definir la física y las complejas relaciones entre todos los elementos que pertenecen al modelo. En segundo lugar, es necesario entender estas relaciones por un equipo que normalmente está compuesto por personal con experiencia y formación diferente. En este trabajo, proponemos el uso de un lenguaje formal para representar el comportamiento dinámico de un modelo que representa todo el ciclo de vida de un edificio (diseño, construcción, uso‐mantenimiento y deconstrucción), y técnicas de co‐simulación para combinar motores de simulación diferentes y obtener lo mejor de cada uno. Se presenta un modelo de sostenibilidad, Building OptiSim, de tal manera que permite obtener una solución óptima. El edificio que utilizamos para realizar la simulación es la construcción LOW 3, proyecto presentado en el concurso Solar Decathlon 2010, por la ETSAV (UPC).

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    Experiences of simulation use in industrial projects  Open access

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Montero Garcia, Jordi; Guasch Petit, Antonio
    SCS M&S Magazine
    Date of publication: 2011-07-01
    Journal article

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    This paper presents experiences obtained from our involvement in the development of industrial simulation projects. Some important, common questions are covered, such as the need to define model behavior using a conceptual model, the problem of choosing the appropriate tool to code the model, and the validation and verification process required. As we will see, the scope of applicability of simulation is broad and the tools are therefore diverse. A clear understanding of the objectives of the simulation, the client’s aims and the resources at our disposal are key issues that often determine the success of a simulation project.

  • A novel model to predict a slap avalanche configuration using m:n-CAk cellular automata

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Colls, Màxim; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Computers, environment and urban systems
    Date of publication: 2011-01
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    The paper introduces a novel method to represent slap avalanche phenomena. The model is based on a cellular automaton generalization named m:n-$CA^k$. This generalization allows the use of different layers in a single cellular automaton. Each one of these layers represents the GIS data needed to perform the calculations. The model is represented using Specification and Description Language, and is implemented in C++. The clear separation between the model representation and implementation simplifies the understanding of the behavior that rules the model. We determine experimentally two parameters that generate more accurate results in all the tested scenarios, namely the Penalization Coefficient ($K_p$) and the Inertial Coefficient ($K_i$). All the models have been validated using data from the Catalan Pyrenees.

  • e-Catalunya, comunidades de práctica virtuales para una administración pública más eficiente y abierta

     Sancho Samsó, Maria Ribera; Cañabate Carmona, Antonio; Botella Plana, Albert; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Sabate Garriga, Ferran
    El profesional de la información (paper)
    Date of publication: 2011-05-31
    Journal article

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  • e-Catalunya: an e-government service for virtual communities of practice

     Sancho Samsó, Maria Ribera; Cañabate Carmona, Antonio; Botella Plana, Albert; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Annual SRII Global Conference
    Presentation's date: 2011-03-28
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    Towards a SDL-DEVS simulator: multiparadigm simulation  Open access

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    International Conference on Advances in System Simulation
    Presentation's date: 2011-10-28
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    In this paper, we present the first version of a simulator that allows executing models defined using Discrete Event System Specification and models defined using Specification and Description Language. Specification and Description Language (SDL) is a graphical language, standardized under the ITU Z.100 recommendation, widely used to represent telecommunication systems, process control and real-time applications in general. Discrete Event System Specification (DEVS) is a formalism widely used on the simulation field to represent Discrete Event Systems. The execution of the DEVS models is based on a transformation of the simulation model DEVS representation to an equivalent SDL representation. To do this, we propose a XML representation for the DEVS models, and a XML representation for SDL models. Also we implement an algorithm capable to perform this transformation.

  • Agent-based simulation validation: a case study in demographic simulations

     Onggo, Bhakti S. S.; Montañola Sales, Cristina; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    International Conference on Advances in System Simulation
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    Un nou model formal per simular allaus emprant un autòmat cel·lular multicapa  Open access

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Colls, Màxim; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Jornades Tècniques de Neu i Allaus
    Presentation's date: 2011-05-26
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    L’article introdueix un nou mètode per simular la dinàmica d’una allau de neu de placa. L’estructura del model està basada en una generalització d’autòmat cel·lular (AC) que permet utilitzar diferents capes (mn-CAk). Cada una d’aquestes capes representa la informació geogràfica necessària per caracteritzar l’evolució de l’allau. El model s’ha formalitzat usant Specification and Description Language (SDL) i implementat en C++. La clara separació entre la definició del model i la implementació del mateix simplifica la comprensió del comportament del model, en aquest cas concret de les regles d’evolució de l’AC. Es proposen dos paràmetres a calibrar mitjançant la validació dels resultats d’una sèrie d’experiments. Per la validació de les simulacions s’han utilitzat informes d’allaus reals recollits per un equip de la facultat de Geologia de la UB i l’Institut Geològic de Catalunya (IGC).

  • Representing Fibonacci function through cellular automata using specification and description language

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Colls, Màxim; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Summer Simulation Multiconference
    Presentation's date: 2010-07-14
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  • Towards a representation of environmenal models using specification and description language: from the fibonacci model to a wildfire model

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Colls, Màxim; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development
    Presentation's date: 2010
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  • Perfomance analysis of parallel demographic simulation

     Onggo, Bhakti S. S.; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Montañola Sales, Cristina
    European Simulation and Modelling Conference
    Presentation's date: 2010-09-25
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  • JGPSS, an open source GPSS framework to teach simulation

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Winter Simulation Conference
    Presentation's date: 2009-12-15
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  • e-Catalunya experience report (July 2009)

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Continente, Marta; Fernandez, Marta; Golobart, Daniel; Graells, Jordi; Martin Santiago, Rosa M.; Ponce, Lucas; Puente, Hector
    International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems
    Presentation's date: 2009-11
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  • Optimal design of clinical trials with computer simulation based on results of earlier trials, illustrated with a lipodystrophy trial in HIV patients

     Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira Forns, Joan; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Greenfield, Tony
    Journal of biomedical informatics
    Date of publication: 2008-04
    Journal article

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  • Integrating evolutionary models in an event-scheduling simulation engine.

     Fonseca Casas, Pau
    Defense's date: 2007-09-28
    Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
    Theses

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  • Clinical trial optimization: Monte Carlo simulation Markov model for planning clinical trials recruitment?

     Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira Forns, Joan; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Contemporary clinical trials
    Date of publication: 2007-05
    Journal article

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  • Disease and clinical trials modelling: a case study

     Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira Forns, Joan; Cobo Valeri, Erik; Romeu Robert, Jordi; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Date of publication: 2007-11
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  • Clinical trial optimization: Monte Carlo simulation Markov model for planning clinical trials recruitment

     Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira, J; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Contemporary clinical trials
    Date of publication: 2007-05
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  • Sharing audiovisual content using a P2P environment based in JXTA

     Martin Santiago, Rosa M.; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Crespo Sanjusto, José Francisco; Giralt, Joan
    Internet research
    Date of publication: 2007-09
    Journal article

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  • Validation by simulation a clinical trial model using standardized mean and variance criteria

     Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira Forns, Joan; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Journal of biomedical informatics
    Date of publication: 2006-12
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  • e-Catalunya: un entorno colaborativo y de red social

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Crespo Sanjusto, José Francisco; Martin Santiago, Rosa M.
    Boletín de RedIRIS
    Date of publication: 2006
    Journal article

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    e-Catalunya es una iniciativa del Departamento de Presidencia de la Generalitat de Catalunya para desarrollar, integrar y poner en marcha, en colaboración con la Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, una plataforma de colaboración y de red social basada en software libre. La plataforma se estructura en torno a portales o comunidades de diferentes colectivos, abarcando tanto sectores profesionales como ciudadanos. Dentro de cada portal, los usuarios pueden auto-expresarse, relacionarse, interactuar mediante herramientas de colaboración como blogs, wikis, foros, listas de distribución, etc. e-Catalunya utiliza mecanismos de red social basados en la información explícita introducida por sus usuarios o en información obtenida por el propio sistema. Integra desarrollos propios con herramientas de software libre.

  • Gestión e intercambio de contenidos audiovisuales en un entorno P2P basado en JXTA

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Crespo Sanjusto, José Francisco; Giralt, Joan; Martin Santiago, Rosa M.
    Boletín de RedIRIS
    Date of publication: 2006
    Journal article

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    En el marco de la Fundación i2CAT se ha desarrollado una serie de proyectos de investigación e innovación en los que se han utilizado tecnologías P2P para compartir contenidos audiovisuales. En este artículo se presentan los resultados de los proyectos desarrollados hasta la actualidad, el estado del arte de la tecnología P2P aplicada al streaming en directo y el trabajo actual que se está desarrollando dentro del proyecto MACHINE.

  • Using generic event for a simple reflexive inteligent agent sdl specification

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    2nd EUROPEAN MODELING AND SIMULATION SYMPOSIUM
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  • Transforming SDL Diagrams in a DEVS Specification, Modelling, Simulation and Optimization

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Modelling, Simulation, and Optimization
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  • Simulador de la evolución de la dentadura de un individuo usando event scheduling

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    5ta Conferencia Iberoamericana en Sistemas, Cibernética e Informática
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  • A framework for monitoring user involvement and participation in ERP implementation projects

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Esteves, Joan; Pastor, Joan
    Date of publication: 2006-06-30
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  • Cómo mejorar la logística de su empresa mediante la simulación

     Piera, M A; Guasch Petit, Antonio; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Ramos Castro, Juan Jose
    Date of publication: 2006-10
    Book

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  • Validation by simulation of a clinical trial model using the standardized mean and variance criteria

     Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira, J; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Journal of biomedical informatics
    Date of publication: 2006-01
    Journal article

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  • Simulation models for optimizing the design of clinical trials

     Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira, J; Cobo Valeri, Erik; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Quality and reliability engineering international
    Date of publication: 2006-06
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  • TSI2004-21039-E PLS'05 4TH International Symposium on PLS and Related Methods

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose
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  • Clinical Trial Simulation with LeanSim

     Fonseca Casas, Pau; Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Casanovas Garcia, Jose; Montero Garcia, Jordi
    The 14th IASTED International Conference on APPLIED SIMULATION AND MODELLING
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  • Monitoring User Involvement and Participation in ERP Implementation Projects

     Esteves, Jose; Pastor, Joan A; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction
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  • Simulation models for optimising the design of clinical Trials

     Abbas Abbas, Ismail; Rovira, J; Cobo Valeri, Erik; Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    ENBIS Conference
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  • Usin SDL diagrams in DEVS spacification

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    The Fifth IASTED International conference on Modeling Simulation and Optimization
    Presentation's date: 2005-08-30
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  • Clinical Trial Simulation with LeanSIm

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    The 14th IASTED International Conference on APPLIED SIMULATION AND MODELLING
    Presentation's date: 2005-06-15
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  • Integración de datos SIG en un simulador

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    Conferéncia ESRI 2005
    Presentation's date: 2005-09-28
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  • Session chair

     Casanovas Garcia, Jose
    The 14th IASTED International Conference on APPLIED SIMULATION AND MODELLING
    Presentation's date: 2005-06-15
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