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Alison Heppenstall Professor Alison Heppenstall

Contact details

Room Manton 10.115
School of Geography
University of Leeds
University Road
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
a.j.heppenstall

Telephone:
0113 343-3361

Student hours:
Please note that I do not work on Wednesday's.

Publications

Papers

Books

Book Chapters

  • Crooks AT; Heppenstall AJ (2012) Introduction to agent-based modelling, Agent-Based Models of Geographical Systems, pp.85-105. doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-8927-4_5
  • Heppenstall AJJ; Crooks AT; Batty M; See LM (2012) Reflections and conclusions: Geographical models to address grand challenges, Agent-Based Models of Geographical Systems, pp.739-748. doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-8927-4_37
  • Batty M; Crooks AT; See LM; Heppenstall AJ (2012) Perspectives on agent-based models and geographical systems, Agent-Based Models of Geographical Systems, pp.1-15. doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-8927-4_1
  • Harland K; Heppenstall AJ (2012) Using agent-based models for education planning: Is the UK education system agent based?, Agent-Based Models of Geographical Systems, pp.481-497. doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-8927-4_23
  • Heppenstall AJ; Birkin M; Evans AJ (2008) Extending spatial interaction models with agents for understanding relationships in a dynamic retail market, In: Bullock; S; Noble J; Watson R; Bedau MA (Ed) Artificial Life XI: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems, MIT Press.
  • Abrahart R; See; L; Heppenstall AJ; White S (2008) Neural Network Estimation of Suspended Sediment: Potential Pitfalls and Future Directions., In: Abrahart; J R; See; M L; Solomatine; P D (Ed) Hydroinformatics in practice: computational intelligence and technological developments in water applications, Springer-Verlag, pp.136-161.
  • Heppenstall AJ; See LM; Abrahart RJ; Dawson CW (2008) Neural Network Hydrological Modelling: An Evolutionary Approach, In: Abrahart; R J; See; L; Abrahart RJ (Ed) Practical Hydroinformatics: Computational Intelligence and Technological Developments in Water Applications, 68, Springer-Verlag, pp.319-330. doi: 10.1007/978-3-540-79881-1
  • Heppenstall AJ; Evans AJ; Birkin MH; O'Sullivan D (2005) The Use of Hybrid Agent-Based Systems to Model Petrol Markets, In: Ternao T; Kita H; Kaneda AK; Deguchi H (Ed) Agent-Based Simulation: from Modelling Methodologies to Real-World Applications, Springer Series on Agent-Based Social Systems, 1, Agent-Based Simulation: from Modelling Methodologies to Real-World Applications, pp.154-162.
  • Heppenstall AJ; See L; Al-Ahmadi K; Kim B (Not yet published) CA City: Simulating Urban Growth through the Application of Cellular Automata, In: Salcido A (Ed) Cellular Automata - Simplicity Behind Complexity, InTech.
  • Clark S; Birkin M; Heppenstall A; Rees P (Not yet published) Using 2011 Census Data to Estimate Future Elderly Heath Care Demand, In: Stillwell J; Duke-Williams O (Ed) The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications: Unlocking the UK 2011 Census, Routledge.

Internet Publications

Other Publications

  • Malleson N; Evans A; Heppenstall A; See L (2010) Evaluating an agent-based model of Burglary, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 10, pp.1-84.
  • Malleson N; Heppenstall A; See L; Evans A (2009) Simulating burglary with an agentbased model, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 9, pp.1-45.
  • Heppenstall AJ; Evans AJ; O`Sullivan D; MacGill J; Birkin MH (2004) Development of a Hybrid Multi-Agent Model for Petrol Markets, .