Philippe J. Giabbanelli
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Tools and methods in participatory modeling: Selecting the right tool for the job
A Voinov, K Jenni, S Gray, N Kolagani, PD Glynn, P Bommel, C Prell, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 109, 232-255, 2018
1472018
A fuzzy cognitive map of the psychosocial determinants of obesity
PJ Giabbanelli, T Torsney-Weir, VK Mago
Applied soft computing 12 (12), 3711-3724, 2012
852012
Impact of different policies on unhealthy dietary behaviors in an urban adult population: an agent-based simulation model
D Zhang, PJ Giabbanelli, OA Arah, FJ Zimmerman
American journal of public health 104 (7), 1217-1222, 2014
722014
The nature and level of learner–learner interaction in a chemistry massive open online course (MOOC)
AA Tawfik, TD Reeves, AE Stich, A Gill, C Hong, J McDade, VS Pillutla, ...
Journal of Computing in Higher Education 29 (3), 411-431, 2017
692017
Modeling the influence of social networks and environment on energy balance and obesity
PJ Giabbanelli, A Alimadad, V Dabbaghian, DT Finegood
Journal of Computational Science 3 (1-2), 17-27, 2012
542012
Combining fuzzy cognitive maps with agent-based modeling: Frameworks and pitfalls of a powerful hybrid modeling approach to understand human-environment interactions
PJ Giabbanelli, SA Gray, P Aminpour
Environmental modelling & software 95, 320-325, 2017
502017
A systematic review of biomarkers and risk of incident type 2 diabetes: an overview of epidemiological, prediction and aetiological research literature
A Abbasi, AS Sahlqvist, L Lotta, JM Brosnan, P Vollenweider, ...
PloS one 11 (10), e0163721, 2016
432016
Twelve questions for the participatory modeling community
R Jordan, S Gray, M Zellner, PD Glynn, A Voinov, B Hedelin, EJ Sterling, ...
Earth's Future 6 (8), 1046-1057, 2018
392018
An agent-based social network model of binge drinking among Dutch adults
P Giabbanelli, R Crutzen
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 16 (2), 10, 2013
382013
Identifying the components and interrelationships of smart cities in Indonesia: Supporting policymaking via fuzzy cognitive systems
HS Firmansyah, SH Supangkat, AA Arman, PJ Giabbanelli
IEEE Access 7, 46136-46151, 2019
372019
Creating groups with similar expected behavioural response in randomized controlled trials: a fuzzy cognitive map approach
PJ Giabbanelli, R Crutzen
BMC medical research methodology 14 (1), 1-19, 2014
342014
Using agent-based models to develop public policy about food behaviours: future directions and recommendations
PJ Giabbanelli, R Crutzen
Computational and mathematical methods in medicine 2017, 2017
272017
Should we simulate mental models to assess whether they agree?
EA Lavin, PJ Giabbanelli, AT Stefanik, SA Gray, R Arlinghaus
Proceedings of the Annual Simulation Symposium, 1-12, 2018
242018
Exploring the interactions between physical well-being, and obesity
L Drasic, PJ Giabbanelli
Canadian Journal of Diabetes 39, S12-S13, 2015
232015
Identifying small groups of foods that can predict achievement of key dietary recommendations: data mining of the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey, 2008–12
PJ Giabbanelli, J Adams
Public Health Nutrition 19 (9), 1543-1551, 2016
222016
Modelling the spatial and social dynamics of insurgency
PJ Giabbanelli
Security Informatics 3 (1), 1-15, 2014
222014
Modelling the joint effect of social determinants and peers on obesity among Canadian adults
PJ Giabbanelli, PJ Jackson, DT Finegood
Theories and simulations of complex social systems, 145-160, 2014
222014
Rebel with many causes: A computational model of insurgency
SF Pratt, PJ Giabbanelli, P Jackson, VK Mago
2012 IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics …, 2012
222012
Effects of success v failure cases on learner-learner interaction
AA Tawfik, PJ Giabbanelli, M Hogan, F Msilu, A Gill, CS York
Computers & Education 118, 120-132, 2018
212018
Navigating complex systems for policymaking using simple software tools
PJ Giabbanelli, M Baniukiewicz
Advanced data analytics in health, 21-40, 2018
202018
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