Journal Articles
Morris, K.,
Allison, M., Wei, J., Costa, F., Clarke, P. (2015) An Adaptive Middleware Design to Support the Dynamic Interpretation of Domain-Specific Models The Journal of Information and Software Technology – Elsevier. Impact Factor: 1.522*
Allison, M. and Kendrick, L. (2015) Towards Education 3.0: Pedagogical Affordances and Implications of Social Software and the Semantic Web Journal: New Directions for Teaching and Learning – Wiley*
Allison, M., Morris, K., Costa, F., and Clarke, P. (2014) Synthesizing Interpreted Domain-Specific Models to Manage Smart Microgrids The Journal of Systems and Software – Elsevier. Impact Factor: 1.135*
Book Chapters
Clarke, P., Wu, Y., Allen, A., Hernandez, F., and Allison, M. (2012) Book Chapter. Towards Dynamic Semantics for Synthesizing Interpreted DSMLs. Formal and Practical Aspects of Domain Specific Languages: Recent Developments, IGI-Global Publisher
Conference Articles
Idowu A, Allison M. and Joo, S. A Localized Exploration of Inhibitors to Access and Retention within Underrepresented Groups’ STEM Higher Ed: A Study in Flint, Michigan. The International Conference in Education (HICE 2017) Honolulu, Hawaii
Farmer, M., and Allison, M. Power Demand Prediction in Smart Microgrids using Interacting Multiple Model Kalman Filters, The ACM Workshop on Communications, Computation and Control for Resilient Smart Energy Systems (at ACM e-Energy 2016) The University of Waterloo, Canada*
Allison, M., Farmer M. and Spradling M(2016) Runtime Synthesis of Behavior Optimizing Policies for Interpreted Software Models. The International Technology Management Conference (ITMC 2016) Bemidji State University, Minnesota US*
Allison, M, and Sui F. Joo, (2015) An Adaptive Delivery Strategy for Teaching Software Testing and Maintenance. IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Education (ICCSE) The University of Cambridge, UK.*
Turner, S., Allison, M., Syed, Z., and Farmer, M. (2015) The Flipped Cyber Classroom: Integrating Best Practices in Online and In-Person Teaching and Learning. IEEE Frontiers in Education (FIE 2015) El Paso Texas US*
Allison, M., Turner, S. and Allen, A. (2015) Towards Interpreting Models to Orchestrate IaaS Multi-Cloud Infrastructures. IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Education (ICCSE). The University of Cambridge, UK.*
Allison, M., Lee S., and Kuvvarapu A.(UM-Flint Student) (2015) A Policy Based Approach to Models at Runtime within Cyber-Physical Systems: A Case Study for Microgrids
The International Conference on Software and Information Systems (ICSIS 2015). Las Vegas, Nevada. Awarded a Best Presentation in Conference*
Allison, M., He, X., Clarke, P. (2015) A Generic Model of Execution for Synthesizing Interpreted Domain-Specific Models
The International Conference on Soft Computing and Software Engineering (SCSE 2015) Elsevier. Berkley, California.*
Morris, K., Clarke, P., He, X., Costa, F.and Allison. M (2015) A Method for Validating Intent Model Behavior in DSVMs
16th IEEE International Symposium on High Assurance Systems Engineering (HASE 2015) Daytona Beach, Florida, USA*
Allison, M., and Joo, S. (2014) Revisiting Polya’s Approach to Foster Problem Solving Skill
Development in Software Engineers IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Education (ICCSE) , University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Allison, M. and Kendrick L. (2013) Towards an Expressive Embodied Conversational Agent Utilizing Multi-Ethnicity to Augment Solution Focused Therapy AAAI FLAIRS International Conference in Artificial Intelligence, Florida USA
Allison, M., Yang, Z., Morris, K., Clarke, P. and Costa, F. (2012). Managing smart microgrid behavior by synthesizing domain-specific models. IEEE High Assurance Software Engineering Conference (HASE) Nebraska, USA
Allison, M. and Kendrick, L (2012). A Case Study in Student Perception of Hybrid Course Delivery: Will Hybrid Models be Sustainable with the Millennial Generation. Paper presented at the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management Conference (IBAM) Nashville, TN.
Allison, M., Allen, A., Yang, Z., and Clarke, P. (2011). A Software Engineering Approach to User Driven Management and Control of Dynamic Energy Systems within the Micro- Smartgrid.
International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE, 2011). Miami, USA—Received a Best Paper in Conference award.
Allison, M. (2010) A Software Engineering Approach to Micro-Scale Smart Grid Energy Management. Accepted to the Energy Utility and Environment Conference (EUEC, 2011) Arizona, USA.
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