Peer Reviewed Journals

Foley W., Shahumyan H., Williams B. (2017) Quantitative Assessments of the Spatial Distribution of Business Clusters in Ireland. International Journal of Business Intelligence and Data Mining, 12(3):211-235 · June 2017. DOI: 10.1504/IJBIDM.2017.10004693.

Brennan M., O’Neill E., Brereton F., Dreoni I., Shahumyan H. (2016) Exploring the spatial dimension of community-level flood risk perception: a cognitive mapping approach, Environmental Hazards, DOI: 10.1080/17477891.2016.1202807

Shahumyan H., Moeckel R. (2016) Integration of land use, land cover, transportation, and environmental impact models: Expanding scenario analysis with multiple modules. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design. DOI: 10.1177/0265813516647062

O’Neill E., Brereton F., Shahumyan H., Clinch P. (2016) The Impact of Perceived Flood Exposure on Flood-Risk Perception: The Role of Distance. Risk Analysis. Risk Analysis. DOI:10.1111/risa.12597.

Nedovic-Budic Z., Knaap G., Shahumyan H., Williams B., Slaev A. (2016) Measuring urban form at community scale: Case study of Dublin, Ireland. Cities, Volume 55, June 2016, pp. 148–164. doi:10.1016/j.cities.2016.02.014

Van de Voorde T., van der Kwast J., Poelmans L., Canters F., Binard M., Cornet Y., Engelen G., Uljee I., Shahumyan H., Williams B., Convery S., Lavalle C. (2016) Projecting alternative urban growth patterns: The development and application of a remote sensing assisted calibration framework for the Greater Dublin Area, Ecological Indicators, Volume 60, January 2016, pp. 1056-1069, ISSN 1470-160X, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2015.08.035.

Willuweit, L., J.J. O’Sullivan, and Shahumyan H. (2015) Simulating the effects of climate change, economic and urban planning scenarios on urban runoff patterns of a metropolitan region. Urban Water Journal, 2015: pp. 1-16.

O’Neill E., Brennan M., Brereton F., Shahumyan H. (2014) Exploring a Spatial Statistical Approach to Quantify Flood Risk Perception Using Cognitive Maps. Natural Hazards, pp. 1573-1601. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-014-1559-8. Springer Netherlands.

Shahumyan H., Williams B., Petrov L., Foley W. (2014) Regional Development Scenario Evaluation through Land Use Modelling and Opportunity Mapping. Land 2014, 3, 1180-1213.

Petrov L., Shahumyan H., Williams B., Convery S. (2013) Applying Spatial Indicators to Support a Sustainable Urban Future. Environmental Practice, Volume 15, Issue 01, March 2013, pp 19-32.

Williams B., Shahumyan H., Boyle I., Convery S., White, R. (2012) Utilising an Urban-Regional Model (MOLAND) for Testing the Planning and Provision of Wastewater Treatment Capacity in the Dublin Region 2006 – 2026. Planning Practice and Research 27(2), 227-248.

Petrov L., Shahumyan H., Williams B., Convery S. (2011) Scenario development and indicators to explore the future of Greater Dublin Region in the context of European impact assessment. Special Issue of Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol. 21, pp.243-252, Elsevier.

Shahumyan H., White R., Petrov L., Williams B., Convery S., Brennan M. (2011) Urban Development Scenarios and Probability Mapping for Greater Dublin Region: The MOLAND Model Applications. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), vol. 6782, Part 1, pp. 119-134, Springer.

Palmer C. R., Shahumyan H. A. (2007) Implementing a Decision-Theoretic Design in Clinical Trials: Why and How? Statistics in Medicine, 26 (27): 4938-4957.

 

 

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