Overview

  • Mamadou Seck is Assistant Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering at Old Dominion University. He graduated in 2007 with a doctorate in mathematics and information systems at the University of Marseille in France. His research interests are in the fields of System Theory, Systems Engineering, and Modeling and Simulation.
  • Selected Publications

    Articles In Academic Journals

    Year Title
    2016 Graph transformation based simulation model generationJournal of Simulation. 283-309.
    2016 Modeling Social, Economic, Technical & Environmental Components in an Energy SystemProcedia Computer Science. 400-407.
    2015 An Agent Based Approach for Simulating DEMO Enterprise ModelsProcedia Computer Science. 246-253.
    2015 Component-based light-rail modeling in discrete event systems specification (DEVS)Simulation. 1027-1051.
    2015 Model continuity in discrete event simulation: A framework for model-driven development of simulation modelsACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS). 17.
    2013 Model driven engineering and its application in modeling and simulationNetcentric System of Systems Engineering with DEVS Unified Process. 221-248.
    2012 Business Process Management in an Accounting Firm
    2012 Multi-perspective modelling of complex phenomenaComputational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 128-144.
    2011 Assessing The Impact of Capacity of Depots and Vehicle Schedule in Transportation SystemsCiteseer.
    2011 Business Process Simulation for Management Consultants: A DEVS-Based Simplified Business Process Modelling Library?se Inf. 47.
    2011 Performance Improvement in Healthcare ProcessesEnterprise and Organizational Modeling and Simulation. 116-129.
    2011 Simulation-based systems design in multi-actor environmentsIntelligence-based systems engineering. 107-127.
    2010 Towards automated model calibration and validation in rail transit simulationProcedia Computer Science. 1259-1265.
    2009 How interactive whiteboards can be used to support collaborative modelingJournal of Universal Computer Science. 3126-3138.
    2009 TOWARDS MULTI-LEVEL SIMULATION OF CONFLICT AND PEACEKEEPING
    2009 Towards multi-perspective modeling and simulation for complex systemsPersonal communication, December.
    2007 DEVS for human behavior modeling in CGFsThe Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation. 196-228.
    2006 DEVS for Modelling Realistic Human BehaviorSimulation Series. 317.

    Conference Papers

    Year Title
    2017 Impact of a localized lean six sigma implementation on overall patient safety and process efficiency
    2016 Process modeling for simulation: Observations and open issues.  1072-1083.
    2016 Towards Trustworthy Smart Cyber-Physical-Social Systems in The Era of Internet of Things
    2015 A Simulation-based Approach to Risk Assessment and Mitigation in Supply Chain Networks.  98.
    2013 A DEVS-based M&S method for large-scale multi-agent systems.  3.
    2013 XBRL-driven Business Process Improvement: a simulation study in the accounting domain.  288-305.
    2012 A simulation based design framework for large scale infrastructure systems design
    2012 Exploring multi-level model dynamics: performance and accuracy (WIP).  20.
    2012 Model transformation from BPMN to DEVS in the MDD4MS framework.  28.
    2012 Modeling the global freight transportation system: A multi-level modeling perspective.  1-13.
    2011 A DEVS library for rail operations simulation.  76-83.
    2011 From data to simulation models: component-based model generation with a data-driven approach.  3724-3734.
    2011 MDD4MS: a model driven development framework for modeling and simulation.  113-121.
    2011 Simulating Collaboration Processes to Understand and Predict Group Performance.  1-8.
    2011 The simulation-based multi-objective evolutionary optimization (SIMEON) framework.  2839-2851.
    2010 A DEVS component library for simulation-based design of automated container terminals.  71.
    2010 A context-based multi-perspective modeling and simulation framework.  479-489.
    2010 A metamodel and a DEVS implementation for component based hierarchical simulation modeling.  170.
    2010 An approach for loosely coupled discrete event simulation models and animation components.  2161-2170.
    2010 Applying a model driven approach to component based modeling and simulation.  546-553.
    2010 Libros-II: railway modeling with devs.  2150-2160.
    2010 Modeling and simulation of conflict and peacekeeping.  587-592.
    2010 Modeling collaboration processes to understand and predict group performance.  1-5.
    2010 Multiple worlds: a formalism for simulation based design.  144.
    2010 Simulation-based design for infrastructure system simulation.  288-293.
    2010 Supporting the design of automated container terminals with the multiple worlds concept.  61.
    2010 The Architecture and Components of LIBROS: Strengths, Limitations, and Plans.  80-87.
    2009 DEVS in DSOL: adding devs operational semantics to a generic event-scheduling simulation environment.  261-266.
    2008 A dynamic model of stress in the G-DEVS formalism.  157-161.
    2007 Low intensity conflicts modeling framework based on dynamic hierarchical structure DEVS approach.  38.
    2007 Modelling of stress in gdevs.  81.
    2005 Modélisation et simulation du comportement humain avec le formalisme devs
    2005 Use of a dynamic personality filter in discrete event simulation of human behavior under stress and fatigue.  22-27.
    2004 Using DEVS for modeling and simulation of human behaviour.  692-698.

    Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Systems and Information Sciences, Université Paul Cézanne 2007
  • M.E. in Industrial Engineering and Informatics, Ecole Polytechnique Universitaire de Marseille 2004
  • M.S. in Systems and Information Sciences, Université de Provence 2004
  • D.U.T. in Industrial Engineering, IUT de Bourges, Université d'Orléans 2001
  • Full Name

  • Mamadou Seck