Journal Papers
Sadeghi, N., Fayek, A. R., & Gerami Seresht, N. (2016). A fuzzy discrete event simulation framework for construction applications: Improving the simulation time advancement. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 142(12), 04016071.
Elbarkouky, M. M., Fayek, A. R., Siraj, N. B., & Sadeghi, N. (2016). Fuzzy arithmetic risk analysis approach to determine construction project contingency. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 142(12), 04016070.
Sadeghi, N., Fayek, A. Robinson, and Gerami Seresht, N. (2015). Queue performance measures in construction simulation models containing subjective uncertainty. Automation in Construction, 60: 1-11.
Sadeghi, N., Fayek, A. Robinson, and Ingolfsson, A. (2012). Simulation-based approach for estimating project completion time of stochastic resource-constrained project networks. Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, ASCE, 26(4): 558-560.
Sadeghi, N., Fayek, A. Robinson, and Pedrycz, W. (2010). Fuzzy Monte Carlo simulation and risk assessment in construction. Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 25(4): .238-252.
Conference Paper
Sadeghi, N., Fayek, A. Robinson, and Mosayebi, S. P. (2013). Developing a fuzzy discrete event simulation framework within a traditional Simulation engine. Proceedings, IFSA-NAFIPS Joint Congress 2013: International Fuzzy Systems Association World Congress and North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society Annual Meeting, Edmonton, Alberta, June 24-28, 2013, 5 pp.
Sadeghi, N., and Fayek, A. Robinson. (2011). A fuzzy-based approach for proactive scheduling of construction projects. Proceedings, 3rd International/9th Construction Specialty Conference, CSCE, Ottawa, Ont., June 14-17: CN-007-1-CN-007-11.
Sadeghi, N., and Fayek, A. Robinson. (2008). A framework for simulating industrial construction processes. Proceedings, 2008 Winter Simulation Conference, IEEE, Miami, Florida, December 7-10, 2008, pp. 2396-2401.
Sadeghi, N., and Fayek, A. Robinson. 2011. Fuzzy simulation for robust scheduling of construction projects. 2nd Canadian Graduate Student Colloquium on Computer-Assisted Construction Technologies (CCT), Ottawa, Ont., June 13-14, 2011.