Since the workshop a few people have pointed out papers of theirs that might be of interest:
- Alam, Shah, Armando Geller, Ruth Meyer and Bogdan Werth. (2010) Modelling Contextualized Reasoning in Complex Societies with “Endorsements” Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 13.4: 6.
- Andrews, Clinton J., Ana I. Baptista, and Shawn LW Patton. (2005) Grounded Theory and Multi-Agent Simulation for a Small Firm, Agent-based Simulation: From modeling methodologies to real-world applications. Springer Tokyo: 167-181.
- Bhawani, Sukaina. (2004) Adaptive Knowledge Dynamics and Emergent Artificial Societies: Ethnographically Based Multi-Agent Simulations of Behavioural Adaptation in Agro-Climatic Systems. Doctoral Thesis, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK.
- Chattoe-Brown, Edmund. “Building Simulations Systematically from Published Research: A Sociological Case Study“.
- Geller, Armando, Joseph Harrison and Matthew Revelle. (2011) Growing Social Structure: An Empirical Multiagent Excursion into Kinship in Rural North-West Frontier Province, Structure and Dynamics 5.1.
- Kennedy, Bill, and Jeffrey Bassett. “Implementing a “Fast and Frugal” Cognitive Model within a Computational Social Simulation“.
- Schenk, Tilman. (2014) Using stakeholders’ narratives to build an agent-based simulation of a political process. Simulation. Transactions of the Society for Modeling and Simulation International.
- Yang, Lu, and Nigel Gilbert. (2008) Getting Away From Numbers: Using Qualitative Observation For Agent-Based Modeling, Advances in Complex Systems 11.02: 175-185.
- Taylor, Richard. (2004) Agent-Based Modelling Incorporating Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: A Case Study Investigating the Impact of E-commerce upon the Value Chain. Doctoral Thesis, Centre for Policy Modelling, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK.