Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems


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Forest Fires and Spread in Heterogeneous Landscapes


A) Refereed Contributions

1. Articles in Refereed Publications

- published or accepted

- submitted

Babak, P., Bourlioux, A., Hillen, T. 2008. The Effect of Wind on the Propagation of an Idealized Forest Fire. Submitted to SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics.

Braun, W.J., Fu, Q., Han, Y. 2008. Fitting data to a stochastic fire spread model. Submitted to Environmetrics, October, 2008.

Zhou, L., Braun, W.J., Woolford, D.G., Wotton, B.M. 2008. A simulation study of predicting flush date. Submitted in revised form to Communications in Statistics -- Simulation and Computation, October, 2008.

Bose, C., Bryce, R., Dueck, G. 2009. Untangling the Prometheus Nightmare. Submitted to MODSIM09, Australia.

2. Other Refereed Contrinutions

- review articles

- papers in refereed conference proceedings

- monographs, books, and book chapters

- letters, notes, communications

- government publications

B) Nonrefereed Contributions

1. Papers in Nonrefereed Conference Proceedings

2. Theses

3. Technical and Internal Reports

Albert-Green, A., Braun, W.J., Martell, D.L. 2008. A hidden Markov model of the fire weather index. Technical Report TR-08-10 of the University of Western Ontario.

Bose, C., Bryce, R., 2008. A unified approach to vertex management in PROMETHEUS -- how not to get burned twice. Preprint, 1-.

Babak, P., Hillen, T., Bourlioux, A., 2008. Stability of fire fronts. In Preparation.

Barber, J., Bose, C., Bourlioux, A., Braun, J., Brunelle, E., Garcia, T., Hillen, T., Lam, C., Ong, B., Poschl, C., Bryce, R., Tymstra, C. 2006. PROMETHEUS - Canada’s Wildfire Growth Simulator. PIMS IPSW Report, 1-44.

4. Industrial Reports