Works in progress and under review

Learmonth G, Bobko R, and Gan C-C.  Computing for Sustainable Water. In preparation. Paper >

Gan C-C and Learmonth G. Tests of Randomness as a Measure of Complexity in Physiologic Time Series. Submitted to: IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics. May 2016. Paper >

Gan C-C and Learmonth G. Developing an ICU Scoring System with Interaction Terms Using a Genetic Algorithm.  Submitted: Journal of Critical Care. May 2016. Paper >

Gan C-C and Learmonth G. An Improved Chromosome Formulation for Genetic Algorithms Applied to Variable Selection with Inclusion of Interaction Terms. 2016. Paper >

Netshikweta R, Garira W, and Learmonth G. Modelling Enteric Diseases: The Application of R0 on Calculating Efficacy of the Combined Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Interventions Designed to Alleviate the Burden of Community Diarrhea in Developing Countries. In preparation.

Oyama K, Learmonth G, and Chao R. On Modeling Co-Evolutionary Dynamics in New Product Development. In preparation.

Learmonth G, Colosi Peterson L, and Brownlee E. Sustainable Supply Chain Innovation: A Participatory Simulation. In preparation.

Book chapter

Learmonth G and Plank J. Participatory Simulation as a Tool of Policy Informatics. Book chapter in: Policy Informatics Handbook, E Johnston, Ed., 2015, Routledge Press.

Referred journals and conference proceedings

Oyama K, Learmonth G, and Chao R. Applying Complexity Science to New Product Development: Modeling Considerations, Extensions, and Implications. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management. October 2014. (

Zhang Y, Huddleston S, Brown D, and Learmonth G. A Comparison of Evaluation Methods for Police Patrol District Designs.
Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference, December 2013. Abstract >

Paddrik M and Learmonth G. Regulator Management of Distressed Financial Markets. Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference, December 2013. Abstract >

Demarest J, Pagsuyoin S, Learmonth G, Mellor J, and Dillingham R. Development of a Spatial and Temporal Agent-based Model for Studying Water and Health Relationships: the Case Study of Two Villages in Limpopo, South Africa. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. Vol. 15, No. 4, October 2013. Abstract >

Mellor J, Smith J, Learmonth G, Netshandama V, and Dillingham R. Modeling the Complexities of Water, Hygiene,and Health in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Environmental Science and Technology 2012 December 18, Vol. 46, No.24. Abstract >

Fox J, Learmonth G, and Brown D., Simulating Spatial-Temporal Pulse Events in Criminal Site Selection Problems. Proceedings of SpringSim 2012, Society for Modeling and Simulation International, 2012. Abstract >

Moore G, Langford J, Ayre M, Learmonth G, Brizga S, and Wallis P. The Murray-Darling Basin Game – A model to explore water allocation decisions. MODSIM2011, Perth, Australia. Abstract >

Learmonth G, Smith D, Sherman W, White, M, and Plank J. A Practical Approach to the Complex Problem of Environmental
Sustainability: The UVa Bay Game®, The Innovation Journal: The Public Sector Innovation Journal, Vol. 16(1), 2011, Article 4.Abstract >

Boissevain B, Botchwey N, Cunningham T, Louis G, Learmonth G, Firehock F, Terni C, Swap R, Spreen CA, Samie A,
Netshandama V, Dillingham R. Water and Health in Limpopo Province, South Africa: A Community-Centered Collaborative Initiative of the University of Venda and the University of Virginia. Water and Health, 137th Meeting of the American Public Health Association, November 2009. Abstract >

Cunningham T, Bothchwey N, Netshandama V, Boissevain J, Firehock K, Learmonth G, Louis G, and Dillingham R. Understanding Water Perceptions in Limpopo Province: A Photovoice Community Assessment. Third International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, June 2009. Abstract >