EC Contract No. 033841

List of Publications

First year

  1. Andrighetto, G., Conte, R.,Turrini, P., Paolucci, M. (2007). Emergence In the Loop: Simulating the two way dynamics of norm innovation. In Proceedings of the Dagstuhl Seminar on Normative Multi-agent Systems, 18-23 March 2007, Dagstuhl, Germany.
  2. Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M, Conte, R., Paolucci, M. On the Immergence of Norms: a Normative Agent Architecture. In Proceedings of AAAI Symposium, Social and Organizational Aspects of Intelligence, Washington DC. Forthcoming.
  3. Conte, R., Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M, Paolucci, M. Emergent and Immergent Effects in Complex Social Systems. In Proceedings of AAAI Symposium, Social and Organizational Aspects of Intelligence, Washington DC. Forthcoming.
  4. Andrighetto, G., Conte, R.,Turrini, P. (2007). EMIL Ontology. In Technical Report, 00307, LABSS-ISTC/CNR.
  5. Goldspink, C. and Kay R. 2007. ‘Systems theory and the Problem of Structure and Agency’ Invited Plenary paper, for the ANZSYS07 Conference, Auckland, NZ, December 2-5 2007.
  6. Goldspink, C. and Kay R. 2007. ‘Social Emergence: Distinguishing reflexive and non-reflexive modes’, paper for the Emergent Agents and Socialities: Social and Organizational Aspects of Intelligence Symposium, Washington, November 2007.
  7. Goldspink, C. 2007. ‘The role of Normative Self Regulation of Global Network Institutions: The Case of Wikipedia’. Accepted for the ANZSYS07 Conference, Auckland, NZ, December 2-5 2007.
  8. Gilbert, N & Goldspink C. 2007. ‘Wikipedia as a site for the study of social norms’, Workshop presented at the Social Websites: Complex Dynamics and Structure satellite Conference of the European Conference on Complex Systems – Dresden October 1-5.
  9. Lotzmann, Ulf (2006) Design and Implementation of a Framework for the Integrated Simulation of Traffic Participants of All Types. SCS. EMSS2006. 2nd European Modelling and Simulation Symposium, Barcelona, October 2-4, 2006.
  10. Lotzmann, Ulf (2007) Traffic Simulation with the TRASS framework, in: Frederic Amblard: Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of the European Social Simulation Association (ESSA’07), Toulouse: IRIT Editions, p. 769
  11. Lotzmann, U. (2007b). TRASS: An Agent-Based Simulation Framework, 19th European Modeling and Simulation Symposium (EMSS 2007). Bergeggi, Italy: submitted.
  12. Geller, Armando and Scott Moss (2007). Growing /qawms/: A case-based declarative model of Afghan power structures. 4th European Social Simulation Association (ESSA) Conference. Toulouse, 10 – 14 September 2007.
  13. Werth, Bogdan, Armando Geller and Ruth Meyer (2007). He endorses me – He endorses me not – He endorses me… Contextualized reasoning in complex systems. AAAI 2007 Fall Symposia. Washington, DC. November 8 – 11, 2007. Sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. (To be presented)
  14. Laszlo Gulyas, Elenna R. Dugundji: „Emergent Opinion Dynamics on Endogenous Networks”, Workshop on Complex Networks: Dynamics and Topology Interplay, European Conference on Complex Systems, October 1-5, Dresden conference
  15. Marton Ivanyi, Laszlo Gulyas, Rajmund Bocsi, Robert Meszaros: „Model Exploration Module”, Accepted for the „Agent 2007: Complex Interaction and Emergence” Conference, November 15-17, 2007, Chicago, IL
    paper
  16. Marton Ivanyi, Laszlo Gulyas, Rajmund Bocsi, Vilmos Kozma, Richard Legendi: „The Multi-Agent Simulation Suite”, Emergent Agents and Socialities: Social and Organizational Aspects of Intelligence, AAAI Fall Symposium Series 2007, Washington DC, USA, November 8-11, 2007. (forthcoming) site

Second year

  1. Geller, A. (2008) “Growing Qawm: An Evidence-Driven Declarative Model of Afghan Power Structures”, Advances in Complex Systems, 11(2), pp. 321–335.
  2. Geller, A. (forthcoming) “Modelling Power and Authority”, In Bruce Edmonds and Scott Moss (eds.), Handbook on Simulating Social Complexity. New York: Springer. (co-authored with Scott Moss; forthcoming)
  3. Anjos, Pablo Lucas dos; Morales, Federico; Garcia, Ignacio, Social
    conventions and dynamic of solidarity groups – an experience in Chiapas, Autonomous University of Mexico, CFPMEMIL report, June 2008
  4. Anjos, Pablo Lucas dos; Morales, Federico; Garcia, Ignacio, Towards
    analysing social norms in microfinance groups, 8th International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR), Barcelona, 2008.
  5. Marinetti, C., Moore, P., dos Anjos, P. L., & Parkinson, B. Book chapter:
    Emotions in Social Interactions: Construction of Emotion Experience (2008).
  6. S.J. Alam, R. Meyer and E. Norling: A Model for HIV Spread in a South African Village. In: Proceedings of MABS 2008, 9th International Workshop on Multi-Agent-Based Simulation, May 12-13, Estoril, Portugal.
  7. S.J. Alam and R. Meyer: Comparing Two Sexual Mixing Schemes for Modelling the Spread of HIV/AIDS. In: Proceedings of WCSS-08, World Congress on Social Simulation 2008, George Mason University, Fairfax, July 14-17, 2008..
  8. S. Alam and R. Meyer: Structural Changes in Agent-based Simulations: Representing HIV/AIDS Impact on Social Networks. In: T. Friemel (ed.), Why Context Matters; Selected Papers from the Fourth Conference on Application of Social Network Analysis (ASNA’07), Springer, 2008 (forthcoming)
  9. Edmonds, B. (2008) The Social Embedding of Intelligence: How to Build a Machine that Could Pass the Turing Test. In Epstein, R., Roberts, G. and Beber, G. (Eds.) Parsing the Turing Test. Springer, 211-235. paper
  10. Edmonds, B. and Norling, E. (2007) Integrating Learning and Inference in Multi-Agent Systems Using Cognitive Context. In Antunes, L. and Takadama, K. (Eds.) Multi-Agent-Based Simulation VII, 4442:142-155. paper
  11. Edmonds, B. (2007) Artificial Science – a Simulation to Study the Social Processes of Science. In Edmonds, B., Hernandez, C. and Troitzsch, K. G. (eds.) (2007) Social Simulation: Technologies, Advances and New Discoveries. IGI Publishing, 61-67. paper
  12. Edmonds, B., Norling, E. and Hales, D. (2008, in press) Towards the Emergence of Social Structure. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. paper
  13. Polhill, J. G. and Edmonds, B. (2007) Open Access for Social Simulation. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 10(3). paper
  14. Gershenson, C., Aerts, D. and Edmonds, B. (Eds.) (2007) Philosophy and Complexity. World Scientific. link
  15. Edmonds, B., Hernandez, C. and Troitzsch, K. G. (eds.) (2007) Social Simulation: Technologies, Advances and New Discoveries. IGI Publishing.
  16. Edmonds, B. (2008) Achieving Consensus Among Agents – an opinion-dynamics model. CPM Report No.: 08-185, Manchester, UK.
  17. Hegselmann, R. (2008) Moral Dynamics. In Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science. Springer
  18. Hegselmann, R., Will, O. (2008) A Replication that failed. JASSS 11/3 paper
  19. Neumann, M. (forthcomming) Homo Socionicus – a survey of simulation models of norms. JASSS paper
  20. Neumann, M. (2008) Cognitive architectures of agent systems and social mechanisms of emergence and immergence. AISB 2008 Proceedings Vol 6 paper
  21. Neumann, M. (2008) A classification of normative architectures. WCSS-08 Proceedings
  22. Cecconi, F. (2007). Financial markets and social norms. In Technical Report, LABSS-ISTC/CNR slides
  23. Cecconi, F., Caligiore, D., Baldassarre, G., Parisi, D. (2007). Interacting networks as model of cultural change. In Proceedings of Computational Methods for Modeling and learing in Socail and Human Science (MASHS 07), May 10-11, Brest, France.
  24. Cecconi, F., Parisi, D. (2007) Asymmetric pricing: an agent based model. In proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Modeling and Simulation MS 2007, Feb 13-16, Montreal, Canada
  25. Cecconi, F., Zappacosta, S. (2007) Social and individual learning in a microeconomic framework, paper Econophysics colloquium and beyond, Sept 27-29, Ancona, Italy
  26. Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M., Conte, R., (2007). EMIL-M: MODELS OF NORMS EMERGENCE, NORMS IMMERGENCE AND THE 2-WAY DYNAMIC. Technical Report, LABSS-ISTC/CNR, 00507. pp. 1-50.
  27. Cecconi, F., Andrighetto, G., Campenni, M., & Zappacosta, S. (2008). On the Emergence of Conventions: a Comparison between a Simulative and an Analytical Approach. In International Conference on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents 2008 (ESHIA/WEHIA), Warsaw University of Technology, 19th-21st June 2008.
  28. Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M., Conte, R., Cecconi, F. (2008). Conformity in Multiple Contexts: Imitation Vs Norm Recognition,. In World Congress on Social Simulation 2008 (WCSS-08) George Mason University, Fairfax, USA.
  29. Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M., Conte, R., Cecconi, F (2008). How Agents Find out Norms: A Simulation Based Model of Norm Innovation. In 3rd International Workshop on Normative Multiagent Systems (NorMAS 2008) 15-16 July, 2008, Luxembourg.
  30. Campennì, M., Andrighetto, G., Cecconi, F., Rosaria Conte (in press). Normal = Normative? The Role of Intelligent Agents in Norm Innovation. In The Fifth Conference of the European Social Simulation Association (ESSA). University of Brescia, September 1-5, 2008.
  31. Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M., Cecconi, F., Conte, R., (in press). What do Agent-Based and Equation-Based Modelling tell us about Social Conventions?. In III Edition of Epistemological Perspectives on Simulation (EPOS). A Cross-Disciplinary Workshop. Lisbon, Portugal, OCTOBER 2 – 3, 2008.
  32. Troitzsch, K. G. (2008) Simulating Collaborative Writing: Software Agents Produce a Wikipedia. ESSA 2008.
  33. Lotzmann, U., Möhring, M., Troitzsch, K. G. (2008) Simulating Norm Formation in a Traffic Scenario. ESSA 2008.
  34. Troitzsch, K. G. (2008) Multiagent systems and simulation: a survey from an application perspective. In Uhrmacher & Weyns. link
  35. Troitzsch, K. G. (2008) Simulation of Social Processes, in Meyers: Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science.
  36. Lotzmann, U., Möhring, M. (2008) A TRASS-BASED AGENT MODEL FOR TRAFFIC SIMULATION, 22nd EUROPEAN Conference on Modelling and Simulation ECMS 2008.
  37. Lotzmann, U. (2008) TRASS – A Multi-Purpose Agent-based Simulation Framework for Complex Traffic Simulation Applications, in In Bazzan, A. L. C. and Klügl, F., editors, /Multi-Agent Systems for Traffic and Transportation/. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.

Third year

  1. Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M., Conte, R., (Eds.) (Submitted)
    Minding Norms I: The Foundations, Oxford Series on Cognitive Models and Architectures.
  2. Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M., Cecconi, F., Conte, R. (2010)
    The Complex Loop of Norm Emergence: a Simulation Model. In K. Takadama, C. C. Revilla, G. Deffuant (Eds.) The Second World Congress on Social Simulation, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence LNAI, Springer-Verlag.
  3. Andrighetto, G., Boella, G., Sichman, J., Verhagen, H., (Eds.) (2009)
    Proceedings of the Social Networks and Multi-agent Systems Symposium, AISB Convention Heriot-Watt University, April 6-9, 2009 Edinburgh (Scotland)
  4. Andrighetto, G., Giardini, F., Conte, R., (2009)
    Norms through minds. In proceedings of WOW04, Indiana University, Bloomington, 3-6 June, 2009.
  5. Campennì, M., Andrighetto, G., Cecconi, F., Conte, R. (2009) Normal = Normative? The role of intelligent agents in norm innovation. In Squazzoni, F. (Ed.) Special Issue on Social Simulation, Mind & Society, 2009, 10.1007/S11299-009-0063-4 site
  6. Campenni’, M., Cecconi, F., Andrighetto, G., Conte, R., (2010)
    Norm and Social Compliance A Computational Study. In Campennì, M. (Ed.) Special issue on the Emergence of Norms, IJATS, 2 (1).
  7. Cecconi, F., Campennì, M., Andrighetto, G., and Conte, R. (submitted)
    What do Agent-Based and Equation-Based Modelling tell us about Social Conventions: The clash between ABM and EBM in a congestion game framework. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, JASSS
  8. Conte, R. (2009)
    From Simulation to Theory (and Backward) . In Squazzoni, F. (Ed.) Epistemological Aspects of Computer Simulation in the Social Sciences, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 5466, pp. 29-47.
  9. Conte, R: (2009). Rational, goal governed agents. Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science. Springer.
  10. Conte, R., Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M., (2009)
    On Norm Internalization. A Position Paper. In proceedings of the 6th ESSA Conference, 14-18 September 2009, Guildford, Surrey, UK
  11. Conte, R., Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M., (2010)
    The Immergence of Norms in Agent Worlds. In V. Dignum (Ed) Special issue on the 10th Annual International Workshop on Engineering Societies in the Agents’ World. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, LNAI, Springer-Verlag
  12. Conte, R., Andrighetto, G., Campennì, M. (2010)
    Internalizing Norms. A cognitive model of (social) norms’ internalization. In Campennì, M. (Ed.), Special issue on Emergence of Norms in Artificial Societies, IJATS, 2 (1)
  13. Conte, R., Andrighetto, G., Giardini, F., (submitted)
    The Mind as Fitness Landscape. An Agent Based Approach to Evolving Institutions. In Hodgson G. (ed.) Special Issue “Do Institutions evolve?”. Journal of Institutional Economics.
  14. Conte, R., Andrighetto, G. (submitted).
    An Evolutionary Perspective on the Micro-Macro Link Problem. In Król, D. and H. S. Lopes (Eds.) Special Issue on Nature-Inspired Collective Intelligence in Theory and Practice. Information Sciences, Elsevier
  15. A. Szabo, L. Gulyas, I. J. Toth: :“TAXSIM Agent Based Tax Evasion Simulator”, In Proceedings ESSA 2008 Conference, Brescia, Italy 2008 paper
  16. Balázs Bálint, László Gulyás: “Traffix: A Framework for Agent-Based Traffic Simulations”, In Proceedings ESSA 2008 Conference, Brescia, Italy 2008 paper
  17. Attila Szabó, László Gulyás, and István János Tóth: “Az adócsalás elterjedtségének változása – becslések a TAXSIM ágensalapú adócsalás-szimulátor segítségével”, István János Tóth and András Semjén (Eds.): Rejtett gazdaság, pp. 65–83, 2009. KTI, Budapest 2009 paper
  18. Attila Szabó, László Gulyás, and István János Tóth: “Sensitivity Analysis of a Tax Evasion Model Applying Automated Design of Experiments” L. Seabra Lopes et al. (Eds.): EPIA 2009, LNAI 5816, 2009. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2009 – In Press paper
  19. Richárd Legéndi, László Gulyás, Rajmund Bocsi, and Tamás Máhr: “Modeling Autonomous Adaptive Agents with Functional Language for Simulations” L. Seabra Lopes et al. (Eds.): EPIA 2009, LNAI 5816, 2009. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2009 – In Press paper
  20. Lotzmann, Ulf and Möhring, Michael and Troitzsch, Klaus G. Simulating Norm Formation in a Traffic Scenario, ed. F. Squazzoni, Brescia, 2008 September, The Fifth Conference of the European Social Simulation Association, September 1-5, 2008
  21. Lotzmann, Ulf, ed. Bazzan, Ana L. C. and Klügl, Franziska, TRASS – A Multi-Purpose Agent-based Simulation Framework for Complex Traffic Simulation Applications, Multi-Agent Systems for Traffic and Transportation, IGI Global, Hershey, PA, 2008
  22. Meyer, Matthias and Lorscheid, Iris and Troitzsch, Klaus G., Intellectual Structure of Social Simulation as Reflected in the First Ten Years of JASSS —- A Citation and Co-Citation Analysis, 2008, ed.Squazzoni, Flaminio, The Fifth Conference of the European Social Simulation Association, September 1-5, 2008,Brescia.
  23. Troitzsch, Klaus G., Simulating collaborative writing: software agents produce a Wikipedia, ed. Squazzoni, Flaminio, Brescia, 2008 September, The Fifth Conference of the European Social Simulation Association, September 1-5, 2008
  24. Möhring, Michael and Lotzmann, Ulf, Simulating Normative Behaviour and Norm Formation Processes, Otamendi, Javier and Bargiela, Andrzej and Montes, Jose Luis and Pedrera, Luis Miguel Doncel, Madrid, pp.187-193, 2009 June,,23nd European Conference on Modelling and Simulation, June 9-12, 2009
  25. Lotzmann, Ulf and Möhring, Michael, Simulating Norm Formation – An Operational Approach, Budapest, pp. 1323-1324, 2009 May, Proc. of the 8th Int. Conf. on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS 2009)
  26. Iris Lorscheid and Klaus G. Troitzsch, How do agents learn to behave normatively? Machine learning concepts for norm learning in the EMIL project, 2009, Proc. of the 6th Annual Conference of the European Social Simulation Association, Guildford, UK, September 2009
  27. Ulf Lotzmann and Michael Moehring and Klaus G. Troitzsch, Simulating Normative Agents, International Journal of Agent Technologies and Systems, 2009
  28. Ulf Lotzmann and Michael Moehring and Klaus G. Troitzsch, Simulating the Emergence and Innovation of Norms, PerAdaNewsroom, 2009, paper
  29. Lotzmann, Ulf, Simulating Normative Behaviour and Norm Formation Processes, Bonn 2009, 23rd European Conference on Operational Research, July 2009
  30. Will, O., Hegselmann, R. (2008) Remark on a Reply. JASSS 11/4 paper
  31. Will, O. (2009) Resolving a Replication that Failed – News on the Macy & Sato model. JASSS 12/4 paper
  32. Will, Oliver (2009) HUME1.0 – An Agent-Based Model on the Evolution of Trust in Strangers and Division of Labour. In: Proceedings of MABS 2009, 10th International Workshop on Multi-Agent-Based Simulation, May 11-12, Budapest, Hungary. paper
  33. Hegselmann,R., Will, O. (2009) The Evolution of Trust, Division of Labour and Specialisation – An Agent-Based Model in the Tradition of David Hume’s Moral and Political Theory. In: Proceedings of ESSA 2009, 6th European Social Simulation Association Conference, September 14-18, Guildford, UK. paper
  34. Hegselmann, R., Will, O. (forthcoming) Modelling Hume’s moral and political theory: The design of HUME1.0. In: Baurmann, M., Brennan, G., Goodin, R., Southwood, N. (eds.) Norms and Values. The role of social norms as instruments of value realisation. Nomos, Baden-Baden. paper
  35. Hegselmann, R., Will, O. (forthcoming) Modellieren der Humeschen Moral- und Politiktheorie – Das Computer-Modell HUME1.0. In: C.F. Gethmann (Hg.) Lebenswelt und Wissenschaft. Kolloquienbeiträge und öffentliche Vorträge des XXI. Deutschen Kongresses für Philosophie (Essen 15. – 19.09. 2008), Hamburg: Meiner 2010 (Deutsches Jahrbuch Philosophie, Bd. 3)
  36. Rainer Hegselmann and Ulrich Krause (forthcoming) Deliberative exchange, truth, and cognitive division of labour: a low-resolution modeling approach, Episteme, Edinburgh University Press.
  37. Martin Neumann: Norm Internalisation in Human and Artificial Intelligence. to appear in: Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation
  38. Martin Neumann: A Classification of normative Architectures. To appear in: Takadama, K., Deffuant, G., Cioffi-Revilla, C. (Eds.) Post-Proceedings of the 3rd world congress of social simulation, Washington. Berlin: Springer
  39. Martin Neumann: Social Constraints. To appear in: Edmonds, B., Moss, S. (Eds.) Handbook on Simulating Social Complexity. Berlin: Springer
  40. Martin Neumann: An epistemological gap in simulation technologies and the science of society. To appear in: Blanchard, E., Allard, D. (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Culturally-Aware Information Technology: Perspectives and Models. Hershey: IGI Publishers
  41. Martin Neumann: Power and Identity. Identifying factors determining sensitivity of social systems. Erscheint in: Axiomathes – Special issue on Culture and Conflict
  42. Martin Neumann: Dissecting the BOID Perspecive on Norms. In: Proceedings of the 6. European Social Simulation Association Conference, Surrey (2009)
  43. Frederic Amblard, Armando Geller, Martin Neumann, Armano Srbljinovic, and Nanda Wijermans: A Meta-Analysis of Social Conflict: The Social Simulation Comprehensive Approach. In: Proceedings of the 6. European Social Simulation Association Conference, Surrey (2009)
  44. Martin Neumann: Homo Socionicus: a case study of normative agents. In: Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 11/4 (2008)
  45. Martin Neumann: Legitimacy and Conflict: an architecture of an integrated perspective. In: Proceedings of the 5th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association (2008)
  46. Martin Neumann: A Classification of normative Architectures. In: Proceedings of the 3rd world congress of social simulation, Washington (2008)
  47. Martin Neumann: Cognitive Architectures of normative agent systems and social mechanisms of emergence and immergence. In: Proceedings of the AISB Convention 2008, Aberdeen (2008)
  48. Martin Neumann: Review of Frank van Overwalle: Social Connetionism: A Reader and Handbook for Simulation. New York: Psychology Press 2007. In: Journal for Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 11/3 (2008) review

Slides of Tutorials, Lectures and Dissemination Activities

  1. Normative Agents slides
  2. Congestion Games slides
  3. Cognitive Architectures slides
  • AAMAS 2009, Budapest, 14/05/2009 site

Keynote Lecture slides

  • World Social Science Forum, Bergen, Norway, 12/05/2009 site

Panel Contribution slides

  • CEU Summer School 2009 site

Tutorial slides

  • Workshop in Barcelona

Presentation: Microsimulation slides

  • Hume Model
  1. The Model slides
  2. The Formalisation slides
  • EMIL for Policy Makers

Slides

Simulative Models

  • List of Implemented Models link

Some Examples of Source Code (Java)

Public Deliverables

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