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CPM-94-01

Can you Improve Economic Forecasts? Some Lessons from Computability Theory - Scott Moss and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-94-02

Evaluating Competitive Strategies - Scott Moss, Huw Dixon and Steve Wallis

CPM-94-03

Modelling Learning as Modelling -Scott Moss and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-94-04

Efficient Forward Chaining for Declarative Rules in a Multi-Agent Modelling Language - Steve Wallis and Scott Moss

 



CPM-95-05

A Formal Preference-State Model with Qualitative Market Judgements - Scott Moss and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-95-06

Axelrod Meets Cournot: Oligopoly and the Evolutionary Metaphor, part 1 - Huw Dixon, Steve Wallis and Scott Moss

CPM-95-07

What is Complexity? - The philosophy of complexity per se with application to some examples in evolution. - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-95-12

Modelling the Process of Market Emergence - Scott Moss and Olga Kuznetsova

CPM-95-18

A Top-Down Approach to Lexical Acquisition and Segmentation - Helen Gaylard and P. Hancox

 



CPM-96-08

Pragmatic Holism - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-96-09

Logic, Reasoning and A Programming Language for Simulating Economic and Business Processes with Artificially Intelligent Agents - Bruce Edmonds, Scott Moss and Steve Wallis

CPM-96-10

Modelling Bounded Rationality using Evolutionary Techniques - Bruce Edmonds and Scott Moss

CPM-96-11

Modeling R&D Strategy as a Network Search Problem - Scott Moss, Bruce Edmonds and Helen Gaylard

CPM-96-13

Rulebase-Driven Non-Linear Analysis of Competative Structure - Michael Campbell, Scott Moss and Clive Simms

 



CPM-97-14

The Possible Irreducibility of Artificial Software Life - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-97-15

A Simple-Minded Network Model with Context-like Objects - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-97-16

SDML: A Multi-Agent Language for Organizational Modelling -Scott Moss, Helen Gaylard, Steve Wallis and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-97-17

Combining Evolutionary Computing Techniques to Find Credible Qualitative Descriptions of the Demand-Side of Markets - Bruce Edmonds, Scott Moss and Helen Gaylard

CPM-96-19

The Role of Incremental Learning in the Acquisition of Phrase Structure - Helen Gaylard

CPM-96-20

A Cognitive Approach to Modelling Structural Change - Helen Gaylard

CPM-97-21

Development, Re-Representation, and Epistemology in Language Acquisition: Commentary on the Precis of Beyond Modularity by Kariloff-Smith- Helen Gaylard

CPM-97-22

Autonomy, Consent, and Written Consent - Helen Gaylard

CPM-97-23

Complexity and Scientific Modelling - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-97-24

From Complexity to Agent Modelling and Back Again - some implications for economics - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-97-25

Validation and Verification of Computational Models with Multiple Agents - Scott Moss, Bruce Edmonds and Steve Wallis

CPM-97-26

Modelling Socially Intelligent Agents - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-97-27

The Possible Incommensurability of Utilities and the Learning of Goals- Bruce Edmonds

CPM-97-28

Artificially Intelligent Specification and Analysis of Context-Dependent Attribute Preferences - Bruce Edmonds, Scott Moss and Helen Gaylard

CPM-97-29

A Re-analysis of the Effects of Task Decomposition and Organizational Structure on Performance and Robustness - Helen Gaylard

CPM-97-30

Boundedly versus Procedurally Rational Expectations -Scott Moss

CPM-97-31

Gossip, Sexual Recombination and the El Farol Bar: modelling the emergence of heterogeneity - Bruce Edmonds

 



CPM-98-32

Meta-Genetic Programming: Co-evolving the Operators of Variation - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-98-33

Modelling Bounded Rationality In Agent-Based Simulations using the Evolution of Mental Models - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-98-34

Capturing Social Embeddedness: a Constructivist Approach -Bruce Edmonds

CPM-98-35

Social Simulation Models and Reality: Three Approaches - Scott Moss

CPM-98-36

Hierarchical Organization of Robots: A Social Simulation Study - Scott Moss and Kerstin Dautenhahn

CPM-98-37

On Modelling in Memetics - Bruce Edmonds


Papers from the workshop on Socially Situated Intelligence

CPM-98-38

Experiments on human-robot communication with Robota, an imitative learning and communication doll robot - Aude Billard,Kerstin Dautenhahn and Gillian Hayes

CPM-98-39

Social Intelligence as Norm Adaptation - Magnus Boman and Harko Verhagen

CPM-98-40

Toward teaching a robot `infant' using emotive communication acts- Cynthia Breazeal and Juan Velasquez

CPM-98-41

The Evolutionary Emergence of Socially Intelligent Agents - Alastair Channon and Robert Damper

CPM-98-42

The Contribution of Society to the Construction of Individual Intelligence - Bruce Edmonds and Kerstin Dautenhahn

CPM-98-43

Positioning the analysis: Memetics as a methodological tool to close the ranks between social and traditional history - Rogan Jacobson

CPM-98-44

The Social Dimension of Economics and Multiagent Systems-Adolfo López Paredes and Ricardo del Olmo Martínez

CPM-98-45

Modelling and Evolution of Social Trends in Virtual Environments - María-Isabel Sánchez-Segura, Ricardo Imbert, Angélica de Antonio and Javier Segovia

 



CPM-98-46

Social Embeddedness and Agent Development - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-98-47

Integrating Physical and Social Modelling: The Example of Climate Change - Scott Moss and Claudia Pahl-Wostl

CPM-98-48

Critical Incident Management: An Empirically Derived Computational Model - Scott Moss

CPM-98-49

Canonical Task Environments for Social Simulation - Scott Moss

 



CPM-99-50

A Proposal for the Establishment of Review Boards - a flexible approach to the selection of academic knowledge - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-99-51

The Cost of Rational Agency - Scott Moss

CPM-99-52

The Pragmatic Roots of Context - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-99-53

The Constructability of Artificial Intelligence (as defined by the Turing Test) - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-99-54

Towards a Descriptive Model of Agent Strategy Search - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-99-55

Syntactic Measures of Complexity (Doctoral Thesis) - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-99-56

Relevance, Realism and Rigour: A Third Way for Social and Economic Research - Scott Moss

 



CPM-00-57

Towards Implementing Free Will - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-00-58

Developing Agents Who Can Relate To Us - putting agents in ourloop via situated self-creation - Bruce Edmonds


Papers from the symposium on Starting from Society

CPM-00-59

Intelligent Social Learning - Rosario Conte

CPM-00-60

Reverse Engineering of Societies - A Biological Perspective - Kerstin Dautenhahn

CPM-00-61

The Archeology of Artificial Societies - Jim Doran

CPM-00-62

Recognition of investment opportunities and generation of investment cycles - Guido Fioretti

CPM-00-63

A New Look into Garbage Cans - Petri Nets and Organisational Choice- Sven Heitsch, Daniela Hinck and Marcel Martens

CPM-00-64

Having a Sense of Ourselves: Technology and Personal Identity - Leslie Henrickson

CPM-00-65

Modelling Agents using the Hotel Analogy: Sanitised for your Protection? - Lindsay Marshall and Savas Parastatidis

CPM-00-66

The Making of Meaning in Societies:  Semiotic & Information-Theoretic Background to the Evolution of Communication -Christopher Nehaniv

CPM-00-67

Imitation and Reinformcement Learning with Heterogeneous Actions - Bob Price and Craig Boutilier

CPM-00-68

Socially Competent Business Agents with Attitude - Using Habitus-Field Theory to Design Agents with Social Competence - Michael Schillo, Steve Allen, Klaus Fischer and Christof Klein

CPM-00-69

Introducing Emotions into the Computational Study of Social Norms - Alexander Staller and Paolo Petta

CPM-00-70

The Society of Mind Requires an Economy of Mind - Ian Wright

 


 

CPM-00-71

The Power Law and Critical Density in Large Multi Agent Systems - Scott Moss,Bruce Edmonds and Steve Wallis

CPM-00-72

Mapping the Envelope of Social Simulation Trajectories - Oswaldo Terán, Bruce Edmonds and Steve Wallis

CPM-00-73

Determining the Envelope of Emergent Agent Behaviour via Architectural Transformation - Oswaldo Terán, Bruce Edmonds and Steve Wallis

CPM-00-74

The Use of Models - making MABS actually work - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-00-75

The Purpose and Place of Formal Systems in the Development of Science - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-00-76

Demonstrating the Role of Stakeholder Participation: An Agent Based Social Simulation Model of Water Demand Policy and Response - Scott Moss, Thomas E. Downing and Juliette Rouchier

 



CPM-01-77

What if all truth is context dependent? - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-01-78

Learning Appropriate Contexts - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-01-79

Competition in Intermediated Markets: Statistical signatures and critical densities - Scott Moss

CPM-01-80

Game Theory: Limitations and an Alternative - Scott Moss

CPM-01-81

The Importance of Representing Cognitive Processes in Multi-Agent Models - Bruce Edmonds and Scott Moss

CPM-01-82

Against Prior Theorising - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-01-83

Policy analysis from First Principles - Scott Moss

CPM-01-84

Intuition and Observation in the Design of  Multi Agent Systems - Scott Moss

CPM-01-85

Learning and Exploiting Context in Agents - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-01-86

Emergent Tendencies in Multi-Agent-based Simulations: using Constraint-based Methods to Effect Practical Proofs over Finite Subsets of Simulation Outcomes (Doctoral Thesis) - Oswaldo Terán

 



CPM-02-87

Surviving on a Sand-Pile: an investigation as to the type of behaviour that evolves in the presence of crises - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-02-88

Cooperation and Specialisation without Kin Selection - David Hales

CPM-02-89

Smart Agents Don’t Need Kin - Evolving Specialisation and Cooperation with Tags - David Hales

CPM-02-90

Wise-Up! - Smart Tag Pairing Evolves and Persists- David Hales

CPM-02-91

Towards an Ideal Social Simulation Language - Bruce Edmonds and Steve Wallis

CPM-02-92

Policy Modelling with ABSS: The Case of Water Demand Management - Olivier Barthelemy, Scott Moss, Thomas Downing and Juliette Rouchier

CPM-02-93

Modelling Software Organisations - David Hales and Chris Douce

CPM-02-94

Exploring the Value of Prediction in an Artificial Stock Market - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-02-95

The Social Embedding of Intelligence - Towards producing a machine that could pass the Turing Test - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-02-96

Understanding Our Creations: Using Machine Learning to Understand Machine models - David Hales

CPM-02-97

Integrating Domain Expertise With Aggregate Data Using Evolutionary Computation - Bruce Edmonds and Scott Moss

CPM-02-98

Computational Complexity of a Constraint Model-based Proof of the Envelope of Tendencies in a MAS-based Simulation Model - Oswaldo Terán and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-02-99

Simplicity is Not Truth-Indicative - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-02-100

Universality, simulation and Ultimate Truth - V. Lewscogski,Bruce Edmonds and David Hales

CPM-02-101

Group Reputation Supports Beneficent Norms: A Case of “them? and “us? - David Hales

CPM-02-102 

How Formal Logic Can Fail to be Useful for Modelling or Designing MAS - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-02-103 

Domestic Water Demand and Social Influence – an agent-based modelling approach  - Bruce Edmonds, Olivier Barthelemy, and Scott Moss

CPM-02-104

Evolving Social Rationality for MAS using “Tags? - David Hales and Bruce Edmonds

 



CPM-03-105

Sociology and Simulation: Statistical and Qualitative Cross-Validation  - Bruce Edmonds and Scott Moss

CPM-03-106

Computational Simulation as Theoretical Experiment - Bruce Edmonds and David Hales

CPM-03-107

Climate Change and the Demand for Water - Downing, T.E, Butterfield, R.E., Edmonds, B., Knox, J.W., Moss, S., Piper, B.S. and Weatherhead, E.K. (and the CCDeW project team)  [Links to the SEI report]

CPM-03-108

Evolutionary Units and Adaptive Intelligence: Why a brain can not be produced by internal evolutionary processes (but could be composed of such) - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-03-109

Neg-o-net- a negotiation simulation test-bed - David Hales


Papers from the Model to Model workshop

CPM-03-110

Comparative analysis of agent-based social simulations: GeoSim and FEARLUS models - Claudio Cioffi-Revilla and Nicholas M. Gotts

CPM-03-111

Simulations of Group Dynamics with Different Models - Jürgen Klüver and Christina Stoica

CPM-03-112

Individual-based model to enrich an aggregate model - Raphaël Duboz, Frédéric Amblard, Eric Ramat, Guillaume Deffuant, Philippe Preux

CPM-03-113

Comparing individual-based model of behaviour diffusion with its mean field aggregated approximation - Margaret Edwards, Sylvie Huet, François Goreaud, Guillaume Deffuant

CPM-03-114

Re-implementing John Duffy’s model of speculative learning agents in a small scale society: Problems, interest and issues - Juliette Rouchier

CPM-03-115

Replication, Replication and Replication - Some Hard Lessons from Model Alignment - Bruce Edmonds and David Hales

CPM-03-116

Stochastic Collusion and the Power Law of Learning: A General Reinforcement Learning Model of Cooperation - Andreas Flache and Michael Macy

 



CPM-03-117

Can Tags Build Working Systems? - From MABS to ESOA - David Hales and Bruce Edmonds 

CPM-03-118

Simulation and Complexity - how they can relate - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-03-119

The Design And Use Of Integrated And Agent-Based Models For Freshwater Resource Management - Report Of Workpackage 3 Of The Firma Project - Bruce Edmonds and  other members of the FIRMA Project

CPM-03-120

When and why does haggling occur? - Some lessons from a qualitative but computational simulation of negotiation - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-03-121

The impact of the model structure in social simulations - Olivier Barthélémy

CPM-03-122

How To Be Loyal, Rich And Have Fun Too: The Fun Is Yet To Come - Juliette Rouchier and David Hales

CPM-03-123

Agent-Based Modelling Incorporating Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: A Case Study Investigating the Impact of E-commerce upon the Value Chain - Richard Taylor

CPM-03-124

Implementing Free Will - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-03-125

Stress, budget constraints and expectation. Can simulation help study more precisely models that can be deduced from experimental economics? - Juliette Rouchier and Stéphane Robin

CPM-03-126

Beyond the Design Stance: The Intention of Agent-Based Engineering - Bruce Edmonds and Joanna Bryson

CPM-03-127

How are physical and social spaces related? - cognitive agents as the necessary "glue" - Bruce Edmonds

 



CPM-04-128

The Insufficiency of Formal Design Methods - the necessity of an experimental approach for the understanding and control of complex MAS - Bruce Edmonds and Joanna Bryson

CPM-04-129

Against the inappropriate use of numerical representation in social simulation - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-04-130

Interaction Routines and Selfish Behaviours in an Artificial Market - Transferring field observations of a wholesale fruits and vegetables market into a multi-agent model - Juliette Rouchier

CPM-04-131

Using the Experimental Method to Produce Reliable Self-Organised Systems - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-04-132

From KISS to KIDS – an ‘anti-simplistic’ modelling approach - Bruce Edmonds and Scott Moss

CPM-04-133

A Laboratory Experiment of Knowledge Diffusion Dynamics - Andrea Morone, Piergiuseppe Morone  and Richard Taylor

CPM-04-134

Fashioning social simulations into engineering tools – the case of cooperation on P2P networks - David Hales and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-04-135

Towards Good Social Science - Scott Moss and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-04-136

Sociologically Inspired Engineering - David Hales and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-04-137

Agent-Based Modelling Incorporating Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: A Case Study Investigating the Impact of E-commerce upon the Value Chain (Doctoral Thesis) - Richard Taylor

CPM-04-138

Artificial Science – a simulation test-bed for studying the social processes of science - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-04-139

What lies beyond geographical proximity: an investigation into multirelational networks - Piergiuseppe Morone, Roberta Sisto  and Richard Taylor

CPM-04-140

The Emergence of Symbiotic Groups Resulting From Skill-Differentiation and Tags - Bruce Edmonds

 


Papers from the workshop on Engineering with Social Metaphors

CPM-05-141

Engineering Emergence through Gossip - Márk Jelasity

CPM-05-142

Using Localised ‘Gossip’ to Structure Distributed Learning - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-05-143

Comparison of Reproduction Schemes in an Artificial Society for Cooperative Gathering - Gusz Eiben, G.S. Nitschke, and Martijn Schut

CPM-05-144

A Social Semantic Infrastructure for Decentralised Systems Based on Specification-Carrying Code and Trust - Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo, and Michel Deriaz

CPM-05-145

Towards a Simulation Tool for Evaluating Dynamic Reorganization of Agent Societies - Virginia Dignum, Frank Dignum, Liz Sonenberg, Vasco Futado, and Adriano Melo

CPM-05-146

Two-Sides of Emergence in Participatory Simulations - Paul Guyot, and Alexis Drogoul

CPM-05-147

Agent-based participatory simulation activities for the emergence of complex social behaviours - Stefano Cacciaguerra, and Matteo Roffilli

CPM-05-148

Engineering with Sociological Metaphors: Examples and Prospects - David Hales

 


 

CPM-05-149

Facilitating the Comparison of Social Simulations using E-science - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-05-150

How are physical and social spaces related? – cognitive agents as the necessary “glue? - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-05-151

Innovation, Networks and Proximity: an Applied Evolutionary Model - Richard Taylor and Piergiuseppe Morone

CPM-05-152

Knowledge, Innovation and Economic Geography - Richard Taylor and Piergiuseppe Morone

CPM-05-153

Assessing the Safety of (Numerical) Representation in Social Simulation - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-05-154

Towards a Descriptive Simulation of Russian Food Supply Chains - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-05-155

Diversity in Food Systems: The Case of Stockfree Organic - Richard Taylor and Piergiuseppe Morone

CPM-05-156

The Nature of Noise - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-05-157

Dialogues concerning a (possibly) new science - Guillaume Deffuant, Wander Jager and Scott Moss

CPM-05-158

When Simple Measures Fail: Characterising Social Networks Using Simulation - Bruce Edmonds and Edmund Chattoe

CPM-05-159

Integrating Learning and Inference using Cognitive Context Bruce Edmonds and Emma Norling

 



CPM-06-160

Emergence in and Engineering of Complex MAS Bruce Edmonds and Emma Norling

CPM-06-161

Constraint Model-based Exploration of Simulation Trajectories in a MABS Model - Oswaldo Terán and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-06-162

To the Outer Limits and Beyond - characterising the envelope of sets of social simulation trajectories - Bruce Edmonds, Oswaldo Terán and Gary Polhill

CPM-06-163

Untangling Scenario Components with Agent Based Modelling: an Example of Social Simulations of Water Demand Forecasts (Doctoral Thesis) - Olivier Barthélémy

CPM-06-164

(Towards) Finding Suitable Analysis Techniques for Agent-based Networks Generated from Social Processes - Shah Jamal Alam and Ruth Meyer

CPM-06-165

Modelling the Socioecnomic Impact of HIV/AIDS in South Africa - Shah Jamal Alam, Ruth Meyer and Gina Ziervogel

CPM-06-166

CAVES (Complexity, Agents, Volatility, Evidence and Scale) Month 18 Progress Report - compiled by Ruth Meyer and contributed by members of the CAVES Project

CPM-06-167

Using Agent-Based Modeling to Understand the Impact of HIV/AIDS in the Context of Socio-Economic Stressors - Shah Jamal Alam, Ruth Meyer and Emma Norling

CPM-06-168

Complex Networks and Agent-based Social Networks: A Synopsis - Shah Jamal Alam

CPM-06-169

Documentation of Groundwater Agent-based Model - Richard Taylor

CPM-06-170

Modelling Knowledge Production and Integration in Working Environments - Piergiuseppe Morone and Richard Taylor

 



CPM-07-171

Towards a manifesto for open simulation - Gary Polhill and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-07-172

The Practical Modelling of Context-Dependent Causal Processes – A Recasting of Robert Rosen’s Thought - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-07-173

Towards the Evolution of Social Structure - Bruce Edmonds and Emma Norling

CPM-07-174

Agent-based Model of Impact of Socioeconomic Stressors: A Dynamic Network Perspective  - Shah Jamal Alam, Ruth Meyer and Emma Norling

CPM-07-175

Transaction Cost Theory goes ABSS: Can Agent-Based Social Simulation be helpful in understanding economic theories?  - Bogdan Werth, Scott Moss and Shah Jamal Alam

CPM-07-176

Signatures in Networks Generated from Agent-based Social Simulation Models - Shah Jamal Alam, Ruth Meyer and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-07-177

Econometrics and Policy Analysis: A Critique and an Alternative - Scott Moss

CPM-07-178

Alternative Approaches to the Empirical Validation of Agent-Based Models - Scott Moss

CPM-07-179

The Afghan nexus: Anomie, neo-patrimonialism and the emergence of small-world networks - Armando Geller and Scott Moss

CPM-07-180

Growing qawms: A case-based declarative model of Afghan power structures - Armando Geller and Scott Moss

CPM-07-181

Power, Resources, and Violence in Contemporary Conflict: Artificial Evidence - Armando Geller

CPM-07-182

Analyzing Dynamic Friendship Networks using Subgraph Characteristics - Shah Jamal Alam and Ruth Meyer

CPM-07-183

A Bus Passengers' Seating Preference Model - Shah Jamal Alam and Bogdan Werth

CPM-07-184

He endorses me - He endorses me not - He endorses me - Contextualized reasoning in complex systems -Bogdan Werth, Armando Geller and Ruth Meyer

 



CPM-08-185

Achieving Consensus Among Agents - an opinion-dynamics model  - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-08-186

A Model for HIV Spread in a South African Village - Shah Jamal Alam, Ruth Meyer and Emma Norling

CPM-08-187

Simplicity, generality and truth in social modelling - Scott Moss

CPM-08-188

A Brief Survey of Some Results on Mechanisms and Emergent Outcomes - Bruce Edmonds

CPM-08-189

Comparing Two Sexual Mixing Schemes for Modelling the Spread of HIV/AIDS - Shah Jamal Alam and Ruth Meyer

CPM-08-190

Normative behaviour in Wikipedia - Chris Goldspink, Bruce Edmonds and Nigel Gilbert

CPM-08-191

Advancing Learning and Evolutionary Game Theory with an Application to Social Dilemmas (Doctoral Thesis) - Luis R. Izquierdo

CPM-08-192

Dynamics of social conventions in microfinance groups: an experience in Chiapas, Mexico. (Fieldwork report.)Pablo Lucas

CPM-08-193

Towards analysing social norms in microfinance groups Pablo Lucas, Federico Morales Barragán, and Ignacio García

CPM-08-194

Effects of adding a simple reactive rule to DomWorld Pablo Lucas

CPM-08-195

Policy Modelling: Problems and Prospects Scott Moss

CPM-08-196

"Death to . . . !": On Opinion Dynamics in Conict-Torn Afghanistan Armando Geller and Nanda Wijermans

CPM-08-197

Emotions in social interactions: unfolding emotional experience - Claudia Marinetti, Penny Moore, Pablo Lucas and Brian Parkinson

CPM-08-198

System Farming Bruce Edmonds
CPM-08-199

    Bootstrapping Knowledge about Social Phenomena using Simulation Models Bruce Edmonds

CPM-08-200

    This paper left intentionally blank Bruce Edmonds

 


CPM-09-201

    Relating Financial characterisation of Microfinance Groups to Conventional Social Behaviour - Pablo Lucas

CPM-09-202

    Usefulness of Simulating Social Phenomena - Pablo Lucas

CPM-09-203

Understanding Observed Complex Systems - the hard complexity problem   - Bruce Edmonds


CPM-10-204
             Disaggregating Quality Judgements - Bruce Edmonds
CPM-10-205
             Agent-Based Social Simulation and its necessity for understanding socially embedded phenomena - Bruce Edmonds
CPM-10-206
              EMIL-T: The final report of the EU 6FP EMIL Project (EMergence In the Loop: simulating the two way dynamics of
norm innovation) - Rosaria Conte et al.
CPM-10-207
             Unpacking Public Discussion developing an open forest of political argument - Bruce Edmonds
CPM-10-208
             Understanding Social Complexity in the Context of HIV/AIDS: A Case Study in Rural South Africa (Doctoral Thesis) Shah Jamal Alam
CPM-10-209
             Complexity and Context-Dependency - Bruce Edmonds
CPM-10-210
             Context and Social Simulation - Bruce Edmonds
CPM-10-211
             Data-Integration Models (Poster) - Bruce Edmonds


CPM-11-212

An agent-based model of the development of friendship links within Facebook -   Ali Abbas

CPM-11-213

Ethnic diversity in Facebook -  Ali Abbas
CPM-11-214
            Uncertainty in IT Outsourcing of Large Financial Institutions (Doctoral Thesis) Bogdan Werth


CPM-12-215
             Learning, Social Intelligence and the Turing Test why an out-of-the-box Turing Machine will not pass the Turing Test - Bruce Edmonds and Carlos Gershenson

CPM-12-216

Ordinal Pattern Analysis: A simple method for assessing simulation-observation fit - Warren Thorngate and Bruce Edmonds

CPM-12-217

Personalising Learning with Dynamic Prediction and Adaptation to Learning Styles in a Conversational Intelligent Tutoring System (Doctoral Thesis) - Annabel Latham

CPM-12-218
             Using real data sets to simulate evolution within complex environments (Poster) - Bruce Edmonds


CPM-13-219

A transdisciplinary approach to modelling complex social-ecological problems in coastal ecosystems - John Forrester and Richard Taylor

CPM-13-220
           Multi-Patch Cooperative Specialists With Tags Can Resist Strong Cheaters - Bruce Edmonds
CPM-13-221
           Capturing the Implicit an iterative approach to enculturing artificial agents - Peter Wallis and Bruce Edmonds
CPM-13-222
           An Individual-‐Based Model of the Impact of Human Beings on an Ecosystem - Bruce Edmonds
CPM-13-223
           Man on Earth discovering viable ecological survival strategies - Bruce Edmonds
CPM-13-224
           Matching and Mismatching Social Contexts - Bruce Edmonds


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