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Gilbert, Pyka and Ahrweiler: Innovation Networks - A Simulation ...
To cite articles published in the Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, please reference the above information and include paragraph ...
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Guido Fioretti and Alessandro Lomi: An Agent-Based Representation ...
Cohen, March and Olsen (1972: 2) claim that "To understand processes within organizations, one can view a choice opportunity as a garbage can into which ...
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James Dow: Is Religion an Evolutionary Adaptation?
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 1(1)3. http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/1/1/3.html. DOW J W (2006) The Evolution of Religion: Three ...
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Keith Christensen and Yuya Sasaki
Center for Persons with Disabilities Utah State University 4005 Old Main Hill Logan, Utah 84322-6800. United States. Email: Keith.Christensen@usu.edu ...
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Magda Fontana: Simulation in Economics
In order to gain some hints on this topic, I have built a database of publications in economics in which different kinds of simulations are taken into ...
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Review of Ball, Philip: Critical Mass: How One Thing Leads to Another
Critical Mass: How One Thing Leads to Another. Ball, Philip Arrow Books: London, 2005. ISBN 0099457865 (pb). Order this book. Reviewed by Bruce Edmonds ...
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Per Bak: How Nature Works: The Science of Self-Organised Criticality
Published five years ago, Per Bak's book How Nature Works: The Science of Self-Organised Criticality presented a new concept to the wider scientific ...
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Phillip Stroud, Sara Del Valle, Stephen Sydoriak, Jane Riese and ...
NAVTEQ (2004) provides the latitude and longitude of the end-points of every road segment ... and enterprises per building, by SIC code (Michaels 2003). ...
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Klaus Jaffe: An economic analysis of altruism: who benefits from ...
A unidirectional dimension of altruistic interactions, in which different relationships between the cost of the utility donated by the altruistic agent (K) ...
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Francesc S. Beltran, Laura Salas and Vicenç Quera
Laura Salas Morellón has a Bachelor\'s Degree in Psychology and collaborates with the Department of Behavioral Science Methods at the University of ...
 
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