Valentin Melnikov
Valentin Melnikov
University of Amsterdam
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Data-driven travel demand modelling and agent-based traffic simulation in Amsterdam urban area
VR Melnikov, VV Krzhizhanovskaya, MH Lees, AV Boukhanovsky
Procedia Computer Science 80, 2030-2041, 2016
Data-driven modeling of transportation systems and traffic data analysis during a major power outage in the Netherlands
VR Melnikov, VV Krzhizhanovskaya, AV Boukhanovsky, PMA Sloot
Procedia Computer Science 66, 336-345, 2015
Models of pedestrian adaptive behaviour in hot outdoor public spaces
V Melnikov, VV Krzhizhanovskaya, PMA Sloot
Procedia Computer Science 108, 185-194, 2017
System dynamics of human body thermal regulation in outdoor environments
V Melnikov, VV Krzhizhanovskaya, MH Lees, PMA Sloot
Building and Environment 143, 760-769, 2018
Fitness preferential attachment as a driving mechanism in bitcoin transaction network
A Aspembitova, L Feng, V Melnikov, LY Chew
PloS one 14 (8), e0219346, 2019
The impact of pace of life on pedestrian heat stress: A computational modelling approach.
VR Melnikov, VV Krzhizhanovskaya, MH Lees, PMA Sloot
Environmental research 186, 109397, 2020
Simulating an impact of road network improvements on the performance of transportation systems under critical load: agent-based approach
D Milevich, V Melnikov, V Karbovskii, V Krzhizhanovskaya
Procedia Computer Science 101, 253-261, 2016
A unifying model to estimate the effect of heat stress in the human innate immunity during physical activities
A Presbitero, VR Melnikov, VV Krzhizhanovskaya, P Sloot
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-18, 2021
Emergence of spatio-temporal variations in chemotherapeutic drug efficacy: in-vitro and in-Silico 3D tumour spheroid studies
MV Sheraton, GGY Chiew, V Melnikov, EY Tan, KQ Luo, N Verma, ...
BMC cancer 20 (1), 1-16, 2020
Behavioural thermal regulation explains pedestrian path choices in hot urban environments
VR Melnikov, GI Christopoulos, VV Krzhizhanovskaya, MH Lees, P Sloot
Scientific reports 12 (1), 1-11, 2022
A GIS-based model of outdoor thermal comfort: Case study for Zurich
J Hess, A Meister, V Melnikov, KW Axhausen
Arbeitsberichte Verkehrs-und Raumplanung 1675, 2021
Prediction and quantification of bacterial biofilm detachment using Glazier–Graner–Hogeweg method based model simulations
MV Sheraton, VR Melnikov, PMA Sloot
Journal of theoretical biology 482, 109994, 2019
Computational models of human response to urban heat: From physiology to behaviour
V Melnikov
Large-scale agent-based traffic modeling with open data
ITMO University, 2016
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