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Casnici, N, Grimaldo, F, Dondio, P, Gilbert, Geoffrey and Squazzoni, F (2017) Assessing peer review by gauging the fate of rejected manuscripts. The case of the Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation Scientometrics: an international journal for all quantitative aspects of the science of science, communication in science and science policy.

Barbrook-Johnson, Peter, Badham, J and Gilbert, Geoffrey (2016) Uses of agent-based modeling for health communication: The TELL ME case study Health Communication, 32 (8). pp. 939-944.

Kolkman, DA, Campo, P, Balke-Visser, T and Gilbert, Geoffrey (2016) How to build models for government: criteria driving model acceptance in policymaking Policy Sciences, 49 (4). pp. 489-504.

Casnici, N, Grimaldo, F, Gilbert, GN and Squazzoni, F (2016) Attitudes of referees in a multidisciplinary journal: An empirical analysis Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology.

Ahrweiler, P, Schilperoord, M, Pyka, A and Gilbert, GN (2015) Modelling Research Policy: Ex-Ante Evaluation of Complex Policy Instruments Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 18 (4). p. 5.

Sanfilippo, A, Gilbert, GN and Greaves, M (2012) Technosocial predictive analytics for security informatics Security Informatics, 1 (1), 8.

Abdou, M and Gilbert, GN (2009) Modelling the emergence and dynamics of social and workplace segregation Mind and Society, 8 (2). pp. 173-191.

Hamill, L and Gilbert, Geoffrey (2009) Social circles: a simple structure for agent-based social network models Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 12 (2).

Roth, C, Taraborelli, D and Gilbert, GN (2008) Démographie des communautés en ligne: le cas des wikis Réseaux, 26 (152). pp. 205-240.

Gilbert, Geoffrey, Ahrweiler, P and Pyka, A (2007) Learning in innovation networks: Some simulation experiments Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 378 (1). pp. 100-109.

Lorincz, A, Gilbert, GN and Goolsby, R (2007) Social network analysis: Measuring tools, structures and dynamics Physica a-Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications, 378 (1). XI-XIII.

Gilbert, GN, Pyka, A and Ahrweiler, P (2001) Innovation Networks - A Simulation Approach Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 4 (3).

Gilbert, GN (2000) Book Review of The computational beauty of nature: Computer explorations of fractals, chaos, complex systems and adaptation. Gary William Flake JASSS-THE JOURNAL OF ARTIFICIAL SOCIETIES AND SOCIAL SIMULATION, 3 (1). pp. 119-120.

Gilbert, GN and Troitzsch, KG (1997) Social science microsimulation Bulletin Methodologie Sociologique (56). pp. 71-83.

Peters, SM and Gilbert, GN (1997) The electronic alternative: Sociological Research Online Learned Publishing, 10 (4). pp. 339-343.

Gilbert, GN (1995) Policy Instruments for Environmental Regulation The Globe (26). pp. 8-10.

Gilbert, GN (1995) Using computer simulation to study social phenomena Bulletin de Methodologie Sociologique (47). pp. 99-111.

Jirotka, M, Gilbert, GN and Luff, P (1992) On the social organisation of organisations International Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 1 (1). pp. 95-118.

Fraser, N and Gilbert, GN (1991) Simulating speech systems Computer Speech and Language, 5. pp. 81-99.

Dawson, P, Buckland, S and Gilbert, GN (1990) Expert systems and the public provision of welfare benefit advice Policy and Politics, 18 (1). pp. 43-54.

Gilbert, GN and Jirotka, M (1990) Planning procedural advice Interacting with Computers, 2 (3). pp. 313-329.

Gilbert, GN (1989) Explanation and dialogue Knowledge Engineering Review, 4. pp. 235-247.

Arber, S and Gilbert, GN (1989) Men: the forgotten carers Sociology, 23 (1). pp. 111-118.

Laczko, F, Dale, A, Arber, S and Gilbert, GN (1988) Early retirement in a period of high unemployment Journal of Social Policy, 17 (3). pp. 313-333.

Arber, S, Gilbert, GN and Evandrou, M (1988) Gender, household composition and receipt of domiciliary services by elderly disabled people Journal of Social Policy, 17. pp. 153-175.

Gilbert, GN (1988) Using computers in teaching sociology ESRC Data Archive Bulletin (40). S2-S3.

Cordingley, E and Gilbert, GN (1987) Alvey DHSS Demonstrator: advanced information technology for legislation based organisations and the public they serve BURISA Newsletter (81). pp. 2-5.

Bamford, C, Dale, A, Arber, S and Gilbert, GN (1987) Time series analysis of the General Household Survey GHS Newsletter (3). pp. 15-17.

Gilbert, GN and Heath, C (1986) Text, competence and logic: An exercise Qualitative Sociology, 9 (3). pp. 215-236.

Gilbert, GN (1986) Computer help with welfare benefits Computer Bulletin, 1 (3). pp. 2-4.

Gilbert, GN (1986) Occupational classes and inter-class mobility British Journal of Sociology, 37 (3). pp. 370-391.

Mulkay, M and Gilbert, GN (1986) Replication and mere replication Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 16 (1). pp. 21-38.

Gilbert, GN (1985) Decision support in large organisations Data processing, 27. pp. 28-30.

Dale, A, Gilbert, GN and Arber, S (1985) Integrating women into class theory Sociology, 19. pp. 384-409.

Arber, S, Dale, A and Gilbert, GN (1985) Paid employment and women’s health: a benefit or a source of rôle strain? Sociology of Health and Illness, 7. pp. 375-400.

Dale, A and Gilbert, GN (1985) Scientific Information Retrieval ESRC Software Bulletin (13). pp. 1-2.

Gilbert, GN and Mulkay, MJ (1984) Experiments are the key: participants' histories and historians' histories of science Isis, 75. pp. 105-125.

Gilbert, GN (1984) Statistical Packages on microcomputers ESRC Data Archive Bulletin (27). pp. 51-52.

Gilbert, GN, Arber, S, Dale, A and O’Byrne, J (1984) Surrey GHS data sets ESRC Data Archive Bulletin (27). pp. 5-6.

Gilbert, GN, Arber, S and Dale, A (1983) Access to social science data in schools Computers and Education, 7. pp. 135-139.

Gilbert, GN, Arber, S and Dale, A (1983) The General Household Survey as a source for secondary analysis Sociology, 17. pp. 255-259.

Mulkay, MJ and Gilbert, GN (1983) Opening Pandora’s Box Sociology of the Arts and Sciences, 4. pp. 113-139.

Mulkay, MJ and Gilbert, GN (1983) Scientists' theory talk Canadian Journal of Sociology, 8. pp. 179-197.

Mulkay, MJ and Gilbert, GN (1982) Accounting for Error: How Scientists Construct their Social World when they Account for Correct and Incorrect Belief Sociology, 16 (2). pp. 165-183.

Mulkay, MJ and Gilbert, GN (1982) What is the Ultimate Question? Some Remarks in Defence of the Analysis of Scientific Discourse Social Studies of Science, 12 (2). pp. 309-319.

Gilbert, GN, Arber, S and Dale, A (1982) The Crosslinker: a computer program for the analysis of hierarchical data sets using non-hierarchical analysis packages SSRC Data Archive Bulletin (22). pp. 7-10.

Mulkay, MJ and Gilbert, GN (1982) Joking Apart: some recommendations concerning the analysis of scientific culture Social Studies of Science, 12. pp. 585-613.

Mulkay, MJ and Gilbert, GN (1982) Warranting Scientific Belief Social Studies of Science, 12. pp. 383-408.

Mulkay, MJ and Gilbert, GN (1981) Putting Philosophy to Work: Karl Popper's Influence on Scientific Practice Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 11 (3). pp. 389-407.

Gilbert, GN, Arber, S and Dale, A (1981) Conversion of GHS into SPSS compatible files, 1973-1976 SSRC Survey Archive Bulletin (20). pp. 1-2.

Gilbert, GN (1980) Being interviewed: a rôle analysis Social Science Information, 19. 227-236..

Gilbert, GN, Arber, S and Dale, A (1980) SPSS and the General Household Survey SSRC Survey Archive Bulletin, May.

Gilbert, GN (1978) Measuring the growth of science - A review of indicators of scientific growth Scientometrics: an international journal for all quantitative aspects of the science of science, communication in science and science policy, 1 (1). pp. 9-34.

Gilbert, GN (1978) A simulation approach to teaching survey sampling Teaching Sociology, 5. 287-293..

Gilbert, GN (1977) Growth and decline of a scientific specialty: The case of radar meteor research EOS, Transactions Amercian Geophysical Union, 58 (5). pp. 273-277.

Gilbert, GN (1977) Competition, differentiation and careers in science Social Science Information, 16. pp. 103-123.

Gilbert, GN (1977) Referencing as persuasion Social Studies of Science, 7. pp. 113-122.

Gilbert, GN (1976) The transformation of research findings into scientific knowledge Social Studies of Science, 6. pp. 281-306.

Mulkay, MJ, Gilbert, GN and Woolgar, S (1975) Problem areas and research networks in science Sociology, 9. pp. 187-204.

Gilbert, GN and Woolgar, S (1974) The quantitative study of science Science Studies, 4. pp. 279-294.

Book Section

Anzola, D, Barbrook-Johnson, P, Salgado, M and Gilbert, GN (2017) Sociology and Non-Equilibrium Social Science In: Non-Equilibrium Social Science and Policy: Introduction and Essays on New and Changing Paradigms in Socio-Economic Thinking. Understanding Complex Systems (4). Springer International Publishing, pp. 59-69. ISBN 978-3-319-42422-4

Ahrweiler, P, Pyka, A and Gilbert, GN (2015) Policy Modelling of Large-Scale Social Systems: Lessons from the SKIN model of Innovation In: Governance in the Information Era: Theory and Practice of Policy Informatics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 229-246. ISBN 978-1-13-883207-7

Hassan, S, Pavon, J, Antunes, L and Gilbert, GN (2010) Injecting Data into Agent-Based Simulation. In: Simulating Interacting Agents and Social Phenomena. Agent-Based Social Systems, . Springer-Verlag New York Inc, pp. 173-185. ISBN 4431997806

Sholz, R, Nokkala, T, Ahrweiler, P, Pyka, A and Gilbert, GN (2010) The agent-based NEMO model (SKEIN): simulating European Framework Programmes. In: Innovation in Complex Social Systems. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, pp. 300-314. ISBN 0415558700

Gilbert, Geoffrey, Ahrweiler, P and Pyka, A (2010) Learning in innovation networks: Some simulation experiments In: Innovation in Complex Social Systems. Routledge Studies in Global Competition (16). Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 235-249. ISBN 0415558700

Gilbert, GN, Pyka, A and Ahrweiler, P (2009) Agent-based modelling of innovation networks: the fairytale of spillover In: Innovation networks: new approaches in modelling and analyzing. Springer Verlag, pp. 101-126. ISBN 3540922660

Gilbert, GN and Ahrweiler, P (2009) The epistemologies of social simulation research In: Epistemological aspects of computer simulation in the social sciences. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 12-28. ISBN 364201108X

Gilbert, GN (1996) Environments and languages to support social simulation In: Social science microsimulation. Springer, Berlin, pp. 457-459.

Gilbert, GN (1996) Holism, individualism and emergent properties: an approach from the perspective of simulation In: Modelling and simulation in the social sciences from the philosophy of science point of view. Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 1-12.

Gilbert, GN (1996) Simulation as a research strategy In: Social science microsimulation. Springer, Berlin, pp. 448-454.

Doran, J, Palmer, M, Gilbert, GN and Mellars, P (1994) The EOS Project: modelling Upper Palaeolithic social change In: Simulating Societies: the computer simulation of social phenomena. UCL Press, London.

Gilbert, GN (1994) Simulating social dynamics In: Advances in Statistical Software 4. Gustav Fischer, New York, pp. 153-160.

Doran, J and Gilbert, GN (1994) Simulating societies: an introduction In: Simulating Societies: the computer simulation of social phenomena. UCL Press, London.

Gilbert, GN and Wooffitt, R (1994) Sociology in machines: applying sociology to software design In: Social perspectives on software design. MIT Press.

Monk, A, Gilbert, GN, Nardi, B, Mantei, M and McCarthy, J (1993) Mixing oil and water? Ethnography vs. experimental psychology in the study of computer-mediated communication In: Proceedings of INTERCHI 1993. Association for Computing Machinery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 3-6.

Harding, S and Gilbert, GN (1993) Negotiating the take up of Formal Methods In: Social Dimensions of Systems Engineering: People, Processes, Policies and Software Development. Ellis Horwood, Chichester.

Gilbert, GN (1993) SAMP: a survey sampling program In: Sociology Teaching Handbook. British Sociological Association.

Gilbert, GN (1992) CSCW for real: reflections on experience In: CSCW in Practice: an Introduction and Case Studies. Springer-Verlag, pp. 39-50.

Hewitt, B and Gilbert, GN (1992) Group interfaces In: CSCW in Practice: an Introduction and Case Studies. Springer-Verlag, pp. 31-38.

Gilbert, GN (1992) Writing Sociology In: Researching social life. Sage, London.

Burrows, R, Gilbert, GN and Pollert, A (1991) Fordism and flexibility In: Fordism and flexibility: divisions and change. Macmillan, London.

Arber, S and Gilbert, GN (1991) Re-assessing women's working lives: an introductory essay In: Women and working lives: divisions and change. Macmillan, London.

Gilbert, GN (1990) Claimant Information Systems In: Knowledge based systems and legal applications. Academic, London, pp. 183-198.

Gilbert, GN, Fraser, N and Wooffitt, R (1990) Organising computer talk In: Computers and conversation. Academic, London, pp. 235-258.

Gilbert, GN (1990) Support for members of the public In: Knowledge based systems and legal applications. Academic, London, pp. 115-128.

Ankrah, A, Frohlich, DM and Gilbert, GN (1990) Two ways to fill a bath, with and without knowing it In: Proceedings of Interact ’90. Pitman, Cambridge, pp. 73-78.

Seel, N, Gilbert, GN and Morris, ME (1990) A project-orientated view of CSCW In: Proceedings of Interact ’90. Pitman, Cambridge, pp. 903-908.

Gilbert, GN (1989) Explanation as process In: Proceedings of the fourth workshop of the Alvey Explanation SIG. Institute of Electrical Engineers, London.

Gilbert, GN, Dale, A, S.Arber, , Evandrou, M and Laczko, F (1989) Resources in old age: ageing and the life course In: Growing old in the 20th Century. Routledge, pp. 93-114.

Arber, S and Gilbert, GN (1989) Transitions in caring: Gender, Life Course and the care of the Elderly In: Becoming and being old. Sage, London, pp. 72-93.

Gilbert, GN (1988) The Alvey DHSS Demonstrator Project: applying IKBS to social security In: Artificial Intelligence: perspectives of AI as a social technology. Tano, Oslo.

Gilbert, GN (1987) Advice, discourse and explanations In: Proceedings of the third workshop of the Alvey Explanation SIG. Institute of Electrical Engineers, London.

Gilbert, GN (1987) Cognitive and social models of the user In: Human-Computer Interaction - Interact ’87. North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 165-172.

Gilbert, GN (1987) Question and answer types In: Research and development in expert systems IV. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 162-172.

Gilbert, GN and Crossfield, L (1986) Introducing expert systems into a large legislation-based organisation In: Expert Systems and Knowledge Engineering. North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 95-100.

Evandrou, M, Arber, S, Dale, A and Gilbert, GN (1986) Who cares for the elderly? Family care provision and receipt of statutory service In: Dependency and interdependency in old age: theoretical perspectives and policy alternatives. Croom Helm, London.

Arber, S, Dale, A and Gilbert, GN (1986) The limitations of existing social class classifications for women In: The measurement of social class. Social Research Association, London, pp. 73-93.

Frohlich, DM, Crossfield, LP and Gilbert, GN (1985) Requirements for an intelligent form-filling interface In: People and computers: designing the interface. Cambridge University Press, pp. 102-117.

Gilbert, GN, Maude, TI, Heaton, NO, Wilson, PA and Marshall, CJ (1984) An experiment in group working on mailbox systems In: Interact ’84 IFIP conference on Human-Computer Interaction. North-Holland, London, pp. 396-400.

Gilbert, GN (1983) Accounts and those accounts called actions In: Accounts and Action. Gower, Aldershot, pp. 183-187.

Gilbert, GN (1983) In search of the action In: Accounts and Action. Gower, Aldershot, pp. 8-34.

Gilbert, GN and Mulkay, MJ (1980) Contexts of scientific discourse: social accounting in experimental papers In: The social process of scientific investigation. Reidel, Dordrecht, pp. 269-296.

Gilbert, GN (1976) The development of science and scientific knowledge: the case of radar meteor research In: Perspectives on the emergence of Scientific Disciplines. Mouton, Paris, pp. 187-206.

Report

Gilbert, GN (1996) Using Environmental Impact Assessments in the planning process [Report]

Gilbert, GN (1991) Artificial Societies [Report]

Gilbert, GN (1990) Complex systems, ethnomethodology and interaction analysis [Report]

Gilbert, GN (1990) Sundial Dialogue Manager Functional Specification [Report]

Gilbert, GN, S. Buckland, , Dawson, P, Frohlich, D, Luff, P, Crossfield, L, Cordingley, B and Robinson, P (1988) Functional specification for the Advice System [Report]

Buckland, S, Cordingley, ES, Frolich, DM, Gilbert, GN and Luff, P (1987) Initial requirements specification for the Advice System [Report]

Gilbert, GN (1987) Proceedings of the 2nd Alvey KBS Club Explanation Special Interest Group Workshop [Report]

Gilbert, GN (1987) Proceedings of the 3rd Alvey KBS Club Explanation Special Interest Group Workshop [Report]

Gilbert, GN (1986) Proceedings of the 1st Alvey KBS Club Explanation Special Interest Group Workshop [Report]

Gilbert, GN, Rajan, L, Arber, S and Dale, A (1985) Class and Inequality in Britain [Report]

Arber, S, Rajan, L, Gilbert, GN and Dale, A (1985) Gender and Inequality in Britain [Report]

Arber, S, Gilbert, GN, Dale, A and Rajan, L (1985) Poverty and Income in Britain [Report]

Dale, A, Arber, S and Gilbert, GN (1983) Alternative measures of social class for women and families [Report]

Conference or Workshop Item

Jiang, Jie, Pozza, Riccardo, Gunnarsdottir, Kristrun, Gilbert, Geoffrey and Moessner, Klaus (2017) Recognising Activities at Home: Digital and Human Sensors In: International Conference on Future Networks and Distributed Systems (ICFNDS) 2017, 19-20 Jul 2017, Cambridge, UK.

McGlashan, S, Bilange, E, Fraser, N, Heisterkamp, P and Gilbert, GN (1992) Dialogue Management for Telephone Information Systems In: Proceedings of the conference on Applied Natural Language Processing, ? - ?, Sociology.

Fraser, N, Gilbert, GN and MacDermid, C (1992) The value of simulation data In: Workshop on empirical models and methodology for natural language processing, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, GN and Fraser, N (1991) Effects of system voice quality on user utterances in speech dialogue systems In: Proceedings of Eurospeech 91, ? - ?, Sociology.

Jirotka, M, Luff, P and Gilbert, GN (1991) Participation frameworks for computer mediated communication In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, GN, Buckland, S, Frohlich, D, Jirotka, M and Luff, P (1990) Providing advice through dialogue In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, GN (1988) Forms of explanation In: American Association for Artificial Intelligence Workshop on Explanation, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, GN and Luff, P (1987) Interaction discourse and text generation in expert system interfaces In: 2nd Alvey Intelligent Interfaces Workshop, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, GN, Luff, P, Crossfield, L and Frohlich, DM (1987) A mixed initiative interface for expert systems: the Forms Helper In: International Journal of Man-machine Studies, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, GN (1986) User models: can they be good enough? In: 1st Alvey IKBS Intelligent Interfaces Workshop, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, GN, Hassan, S and Pavon, J Injecting data into simulation. Can agent-based modelling learn from microsimulation In: World Congress on Social Simulation, 2008 - ?, Fairfax, US. (Unpublished)

Hassan, S, Antunes, L, Pavon, J and Gilbert, GN Stepping on Earth: A Roadmap for Data-driven Agent-Based Modelling. In: The European Social Simulation Association Annual Conference, 2008 - ?, Brescia, Italy.

Gilbert, GN, Hassan, S, Antunes, L and Pavon, J Stepping on earth. A roadmap for data-driven agent-based modelling In: European Social Simulation Association Annual Conference, 2008 - ?, Brescia, Italy.

Book

Elsenbroich, C, Anzola, D and Gilbert, GN (2016) Social Dimensions of Organised Crime: Modelling the Dynamics of Extortion Rackets Computational Social Sciences . Springer International Publishing AG. ISBN 978-3-319-45167-1

Troitzsch, KG, Mueller, U, Gilbert, GN and Doran, JE (1996) Social science microsimulation Springer, Berlin.

Gilbert, GN and Conte, R (1995) Artificial Societies: the computer simulation of social life UCL Press, London.

Gilbert, GN and Doran, J (1994) Simulating Societies: the computer simulation of social phenomena UCL Press, London.

Gilbert, GN (1993) Analyzing Tabular Data: loglinear and logistic models for social researchers UCL Press, London.

Gilbert, GN (1992) Researching Social Life Sage, London.

Burrows, R, Gilbert, GN and Pollert, A (1991) Fordism and flexibility: divisions and change Macmillan, London.

Arber, S and Gilbert, GN (1991) Women and working lives: divisions and change Macmillan, London.

Luff, P, Frohlich, D and Gilbert, GN (1990) Computers and conversation Computers and People . Academic Press, London and New York. ISBN 9780124595606

Gilbert, GN and Heath, C (1985) Social action and artificial intelligence Gower, Aldershot.

Gilbert, GN and Mulkay, M (1984) Opening Pandora’s Box: a sociological analysis of scientists' discourse Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Gilbert, GN and Abell, P (1983) Accounts and action Gower, Aldershot.

Gilbert, GN (1981) Modelling society: an introduction to loglinear analysis for social researchers Allen and Unwin, London.

Thesis

Gilbert, GN (1975) The development of science and scientific knowledge: a case study UNSPECIFIED thesis, University of Surrey.

Other

Gilbert, GN (1977) SAMP: a computer program for teaching survey sampling Distributed by CONDUIT, University of Iowa..

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