Books

1. V. Dabbaghian and V.K. Mago (Eds.), Theories and Simulations of Complex Social Systems, Springer, 2014.

2. V.K. Mago and V. Dabbaghian (Eds.), Computational Models of Complex Systems, Springer, 2014.

3. Complex Systems Modelling Group, Modelling in Healthcare, American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 2010.

Journal Articles

1. V. Dabbaghian and T. Wu, Constructing non-cyclic pandiagonal Latin squares of prime orders, J. Discrete Algorithms, 30 (2015), 70 -- 77.

2. V. Dabbaghian and T. Wu, Constructing pandiagonal Latin squares from linear cellular automata on elementary abelian groups, J. Combin. Des., 23 (2015), 216 -- 228.

3. A. Reid, N. Iwanski, R. Frank, V. Dabbaghian and P. Brantingham, Uncovering the spatial patterning of crime: A Criminal Movement Model (CriMM), Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 51 (2014), 230 -- 255.

4. V. Mago, R. Frank, A. Reid and V. Dabbaghian, The strongest doesn't attract all but it does attract the most - evaluating the criminal attractiveness of shopping malls using fuzzy logic, Expert Systems: The Journal of Knowledge Engineering, 31 (2014), 121 -- 135.

5. V. Dabbaghian and John D. Dixon, Computing characters of groups with central subgroups, LMS J. Comput. Math., 16 (2013), 398 -- 406.

6. V. Dabbaghian and T. Wu, Recursive construction of non-cyclic pandiagonal Latin squares, Discrete Math., 313 (2013), 2835 -- 2840.

7. V.K. Mago, H.K. Morden, C. Fritz, T. Wu, S. Namazi, P. Geranmayeh, R. Chattopadhyay and V. Dabbaghian, Analyzing the impact of social factors on homelessness: A fuzzy cognitive map approach, BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 13:94, (2013).

8. V. Dabbaghian, V.K. Mago, T. Wu, C. Fritz and A. Alimadad, Social interactions of eating behavior among high school students: A cellular automata approach, BMC Medical Research Methodology, 12:155, (2012).

9. V. Mago, L. Bakker, E. Papageorgiou, A. Alimadad, P. Borwein and V. Dabbaghian, Fuzzy cognitive maps and cellular automata: An evolutionary approach for social system modeling, Applied Soft Computing, 12 (2012), 3771 -- 3784.

10. P. Giabbanelli, A. Alimadad, V. Dabbaghian and D. Fianegood. Modeling the influence of social networks and environment on energy balance and obesity, Journal of Computational Science, 3 (2012), 17 -- 27.

11. V. Spicer, J. Ginther, H. Seifi, A.A. Reid and V. Dabbaghian. Bars on blocks: a cellular automata model of crime and liquor licensed establishment density, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 36 (2012), 412 -- 422.

12. V. Dabbaghian, V. Spicer, S.K. Singh, P. Borwein, P. Brantingham, The social impact in a high-risk community: a cellular automata model, Journal of Computational Science, 2 (2011), 238 -- 246.

13. R. Frank, V. Dabbaghian, A. Reid, S. Singh, J. Cinnamon and P. Brantingham, Power of Criminal Attractors: Modeling the Pull of Activity Nodes, Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 14 (2011), 27 pp. pdf

14. C. Eslahchi, H. Pezeshk, M. Sadeghi, P.J. Giabbanelli, F. Movahedi  and V. Dabbaghian, A probabilistic model for the spread of HIV infection among injection drug users,World Journal of Modeling and Simulation, 6 (2010), 267 -- 273.

15. V. Dabbaghian, P. Jackson, K. Wuschke and V. Spicer, A cellular automata model on residential migration in response to neighbourhood social dynamics, Math. Comput. Modelling, 52 (2010), 1752 -- 1762.

16. V. Dabbaghian, A sequence of factorizable subgroups, Algebra and Discrete Math., 10 (2010), 19 -- 28.

17. V. Dabbaghian, On the restriction of characters of special linear groups of dimension three, Bull. Iran Math. Soc., 36 (2010), 133 -- 143.

18. V. Dabbaghian and John D. Dixon, Computing matrix representations, Math. Comp., 79 (2010), 1801 -- 1810.

19. V. Dabbaghian, On the restriction of characters of Steinberg-Tits triality Group 3D4(q) on unipotent classes, Glasg. Math. J., 51 (2009), 467 -- 471.

20. V. Dabbaghian, Constructing representations of higher degrees of finite simple groups and covers, Math. Comp., 76 (2007), 1661 -- 1668.

21. V. Dabbaghian, Characters of some finite groups of Lie type with a restriction containing a linear character once, J. Algebra, 309 (2007), 543 -- 558.

22. V. Dabbaghian, Constructing representations of the finite symplectic group Sp(4,q), J. Algebra, 303 (2006), 618 -- 625.

23. V. Dabbaghian, Constructing representations of finite simple groups and central covers, Canad. J. Math., 58 (2006), 23 -- 38.

24. V. Dabbaghian, On constructing representations of the symmetric groups, Bull. Korean Math. Soc. 43 (2006), 119 -- 123.

25. V. Dabbaghian, An algorithm for constructing representations of finite groups, J. Symbolic Comput., 39 (2005), 671-- 688.

26. V. Dabbaghian, On the enumeration of higher dimensional lattice paths, Int. J. Pure Appl. Math, 23 (2005), 475 -- 477.

Book Chapters & Conference Articles

27. V.K. Mago, R. Woolrych, V. Dabbaghian and A. Sixsmith , Artificial Intelligence: A tool for better understanding complex problems in long-term care, in Case Studies in Intelligent Computing – Achievements and Trends, B. Issac and N. Israr (Eds.), CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, (2014), 499 -- 516.

28. V. Dabbaghian, P. Jula, P. Borwein, E. Fowler, C. Giles, N. Richardson, A.R. Rutherford and A. van der Waall, High-level simulation model of a criminal justice system, in Theories and Simulations of Complex Social Systems, V. Dabbaghian and V.K. Mago (Eds.), Intelligent Systems Reference Library, Vol. 52, Springer, (2014), 61--78.

29. H.K. Morden, V.K. Mago, R. Deol, S. Namazi, S. Wuolle, V. Dabbaghian, Youth gang formation: basic instinct or something else?, in Theories and Simulations of Complex Social Systems, V. Dabbaghian and V.K. Mago (Eds.), Intelligent Systems Reference Library, Vol. 52, Springer, (2014), 161--177.

30. P. Jackson, A. Reid, N. Huiston, K. Wuschke and V. Dabbaghian, Drinking with friends: A cellular automata approach to medeling peer influence on binge drinking behaviour, In Intl. Symp. on Cellular Automata Modeling for Urban and Spatial Systems (CAMUSS), N. N. Pinto, J. Dourado, and A. Natalio (Eds.), (2012), 196 -- 216.

31. N. Iwanski, R. Frank, A. Reid and V. Dabbaghian, A computational model for predicting the location of crime attractors on a road network, Proceedings of the European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC), (2012), 60 -- 67.

32. P.J. Giabbanelli, A.A. Reid, V. Dabbaghian, Interdisciplinary teaching and learning in computing science: three years of experience in the MoCSSy program, Proceedings of the 17th Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education, ACM, (2012), 47--51.

33. N. Iwanski, R. Frank, V. Dabbaghian, A. Reid and P. Brantingham, Analyzing an Offender’s Journey to Crime: A Criminal Movement Model (CriMM), Proceedings of the European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC), (2011), 70 -- 77.

34. A. Alimadad, V. Dabbaghian, S.K. Singh and H.H. Tsang, Modeling HIV spread through sexual contact using a cellular automaton, IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, (2011), 2345 -- 2350 .

35. M.A. Tayebi, L. Bekker, U. Glasser and V. Dabbaghian, Locating central actors in co-offending networks, Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM), (2011), 171--179.

36. A. Alimadad, P. Borwein, P. Brantingham, P. Brantingham, V. Dabbaghian, R. Ferguson, E. Fowler, A. Ghaseminejad, C. Giles, J. Li, N. Pollard, A. Rutherford, A. van der Waall, “Using Varieties of Simulation Modeling for Criminal Justice System Analysis”, in J. Eck and L. Lui (Eds.), Artificial Crime Analysis Systems: Using Computer Simulations and Geographic Information Systems, Hershey: Idea Group Inc., (2008), 372 -- 412.

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