Amelia G. Nobile

According to our database1, Amelia G. Nobile authored at least 27 papers between 1993 and 2018.

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  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2018
Generating random variates from PDF of Gauss-Markov processes with a reflecting boundary.
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 2018

2017
A Random Tandem Network with Queues Modeled as Birth-Death Processes.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory - EUROCAST 2017, 2017

2016
Constructing transient birth-death processes by means of suitable transformations.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2016

2015
Restricted Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process and applications in neuronal models with periodic input signals.
J. Computational Applied Mathematics, 2015

On Time Non-homogeneous Feller-Type Diffusion Process in Neuronal Modeling.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory - EUROCAST 2015, 2015

2014
On some time non-homogeneous queueing systems with catastrophes.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2014

Corrigendum to: "Gauss-Markov processes in the presence of a reflecting boundary and applications in neuronal models" [Applied Mathematics and Computation 232 (2014) 799-809].
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2014

Gauss-Markov processes in the presence of a reflecting boundary and applications in neuronal models.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2014

2013
Foreword.
Biosystems, 2013

On a Bilateral Linear Birth and Death Process in the Presence of Catastrophes.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory - EUROCAST 2013, 2013

2012
On the reflected Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process with catastrophes.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2012

2011
On the Construction of Densities for Time Non-homogeneous Diffusion Processes.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory - EUROCAST 2011, 2011

2009
Diffusion Processes Subject to Catastrophes.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory, 2009

2007
Gaussian processes and neuronal modeling.
Natural Computing, 2007

A Wiener-type neuronal model in the presence of exponential refractoriness.
Biosystems, 2007

On the Estimation of First-Passage Time Densities for a Class of Gauss-Markov Processes.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory, 2007

2005
Gaussian Processes and Neuronal Modeling.
Proceedings of the Mechanisms, 2005

On the Moments of Firing Numbers in Diffusion Neuronal Models with Refractoriness.
Proceedings of the Mechanisms, 2005

A Wiener Neuronal Model with Refractoriness.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory, 2005

Upcrossing First Passage Times for Correlated Gaussian Processes.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory, 2005

2003
On the M/M/1 Queue with Catastrophes and Its Continuous Approximation.
Queueing Syst., 2003

Computational Methods for the Evaluation of Neuron's Firing Densities.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory, 2003

Towards Some Computational Problems Arising in Biological Modeling.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory, 2003

2001
Computer-Aided Simulations of Gaussian Processes and Related Asymptotic Properties.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory, 2001

1999
Simulation of Gaussian Processes and First Passage Time Densities Evaluation.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory - EUROCAST'99, Vienna, Austria, September 29, 1999

1995
Diffusion approximation to a queueing system with time-dependent arrival and service rates.
Queueing Syst., 1995

1993
On Some Algorithmic and Computational Problems for Neuronal Diffusion Models.
Proceedings of the Computer Aided Systems Theory, 1993


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