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Dondio, Pierpaolo, Casnici, Niccolò, Grimaldo, Francisco, Gilbert, Nigel and Squazzoni, Flaminio (2019) The “invisible hand” of peer review: The implications of author-referee networks on peer review in a scholarly journal Journal of Informetrics, 13 (2). pp. 708-716.

Ahrweiler, Petra, Gilbert, Nigel, Schrempf, Benjamin, Grimpe, Barbara and Jirotka, Marina (2018) The role of civil society organisations in European responsible research and innovation Journal of Responsible Innovation, 6 (1). pp. 25-49.

Badham, Jennifer, Chattoe-Brown, Edmund, Gilbert, Nigel, Chalabi, Zaid, Kee, Frank and Hunter, Ruth F (2018) Developing Agent-Based Models of Complex Health Behaviour Health and Place, 54. pp. 170-177.

Calder, Muffy, Craig, Claire, Culley, Dave, de Cani, Richard, Donnelly, Christl A., Douglas, Rowan, Edmonds, Bruce, Gascoigne, Jonathon, Gilbert, Nigel, Hargrove, Caroline, Hinds, Derwen, Lane, David C., Mitchell, Dervilla, Pavey, Giles, Robertson, David, Rosewell, Bridget, Sherwin, Spencer, Walport, Mark and Wilson, Alan (2018) Computational modelling for decision-making: where, why, what, who and how Royal Society Open Science, 5, 172096.

Skeldon, A.C., Schiller, F., Yang, A., Balke-Visser, T., Penn, A. and Gilbert, N. (2018) Agent-based modelling to predict policy outcomes: a food waste recycling example Environmental Science and Policy, 87. pp. 85-91.

Gilbert, Nigel, Ahrweiler, P, Barbrook-Johnson, Peter, Narasimhan, Kavin and Wilkinson, H (2018) Computational Modelling of Public Policy: Reflections on Practice Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 21 (1). pp. 1-14.

Rowden, J, Lloyd, David and Gilbert, N (2014) A model of political voting behaviours across different countries Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 413. pp. 609-625.

Salgado, M, Marchione, E and Gilbert, N (2014) Analysing differential school effectiveness through multilevel and agent-based modelling Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 17 (4), 3.

Balke, T and Gilbert, N (2014) How do agents make decisions? A survey Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 17 (4). p. 1.

Gilbert, N and Bullock, S (2014) Complexity at the social science interface Complexity, 19 (6). pp. 1-4.

Ahrweiler, P, Schilperoord, M, Pyka, A and Gilbert, N (2014) Testing policy options for Horizon 2020 with SKIN Understanding Complex Systems. pp. 155-183.

Watts, C and Gilbert, N (2014) Simulating innovation: Comparing models of collective knowledge, technological evolution and emergent innovation networks Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 229 AI. pp. 189-200.

Deffuant, G, Alvarez, I, Barreteau, O, Jabot, F, Rougé, C, de Vries, B, Edmonds, B, Gilbert, N, Gotts, N, Janssen, S, Hilden, M, Kolditz, O, Murray-Rust, D and Smits, P (2012) Data and models for exploring sustainability of human well-being in global environmental change European Physical Journal: Special Topics, 214 (1). pp. 519-545.

Conte, R, Bonelli, G, Gilbert, N, Cioffi-Revilla, C, Deffuant, G, Kertesz, J, Loreto, V, Moat, S, Nadal, J-P, Sanchez, A, Nowak, A, Flache, A, San Miguel, M and Helbing, D (2012) Manifesto of computational social science European Physical Journal: Special Topics, 214 (1). pp. 325-346.

Paolucci, M, Conte, R, Bonelli, G, Kossman, D, Gross, M, Koumoutsakos, P, Krause, A, Sorkine, O, Helbing, D, Lukowicz, P, Slusallek, P, Argyrakis, P, Blandford, A, Anderson, S, de Freitas, S, Edmonds, B, Gilbert, N, Kohlhammer, J, Linnér, B-O and Sumner, RW (2012) Towards a living earth simulator European Physical Journal: Special Topics, 214 (1). pp. 77-108.

Salgado, M and Gilbert, N (2012) Emergence and Communication in Computational Sociology Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour.

Xenitidou, M and Gilbert, N (2012) Introduction to the Special Issue: The Processes of Methodological Innovation Narrative Accounts and Reflections Methodological Innovations Online, 7 (1). pp. 1-6.

Watts, C and Gilbert, N (2011) Does cumulative advantage affect collective learning in science? An agent-based simulation SCIENTOMETRICS, 89 (1). pp. 437-463.

Roth, C, Taraborelli, D and Gilbert, N (2011) Symposium on "Collective representations of quality" Mind and Society, 10 (2). pp. 165-168.

Watts, Christopher and Gilbert, Nigel (2011) Does cumulative advantage affect collective learning in science? An agent-based simulation Scientometrics. pp. 1-27.

Ahrweiler, P, Gilbert, N and Pyka, A (2011) Agency and structure: a social simulation of knowledge-intensive industries Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 17 (1). pp. 59-76.

Ahrweiler, P, Pyka, A and Gilbert, N (2011) A new model for university-industry links in knowledge-based economies Journal of Product Innovation Management, 28 (2). pp. 218-235.

Ahrweiler, P, Gilbert, N and Pyka, A (2011) Agency and structure: a social simulation of knowledge-intensive industries Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 17 (1). pp. 59-76.

Deffuant, G and Gilbert, N (2011) Preface v-vii.

Taraborelli, D, Gilbert, N and Roth, C (2011) Quality commons: collective representations of quality Mind and Society, 10 (1).

Gill, AJ, Xenitidou, M and Gilbert, N (2011) Understanding quality in science: A proposal and exploration Proceedings - 2010 4th IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems Workshop, SASOW 2010. pp. 116-121.

Hassan, S, Antunes, L and Gilbert, N (2010) Going back home Social simulation and artificial intelligence COMPUTATIONAL AND MATHEMATICAL ORGANIZATION THEORY, 16 (4). pp. 325-328.

Marchione, E, Salgado, M and Gilbert, N (2010) 'What did you say?' Emergent communication in a multi-agent spatial configuration ADVANCES IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS, 13 (4). pp. 469-482.

Hassan, S, Antunes, L and Gilbert, N (2010) Going back home - Social simulation and artificial intelligence Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. pp. 1-4.

Hamill, L and Gilbert, N (2010) Simulating large social networks in agent-based models: A social circle model Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 12 (4). pp. 78-94.

Scholz, R, Nokkala, T, Pyka, A, Ahrweiler, P and Gilbert, N (2009) Simulating European Union R&D policy - Knowledge dynamics in EU-funded innovation networks Conference Proceedings - 6th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association, ESSA 2009.

Roth, C, Taraborelli, D and Gilbert, N (2008) Demography of on-line communities the case of wikis | Démographie des communautés en ligne. Le cas des wikis Reseaux, 152 (6). pp. 205-240.

Yang, L and Gilbert, N (2008) Getting away from numbers: Using qualitative observation for agent-based modeling Advances in Complex Systems, 11 (2). pp. 175-185.

Roth, C, Taraborelli, D and Gilbert, N (2008) Measuring Wiki viability: An empirical assessment of the social dynamics of a large sample of Wikis WikiSym 2008 - The 4th International Symposium on Wikis, Proceedings.

Gilbert, N, Jager, W, Deffuant, G and Adjali, I (2007) Complexities in markets: Introduction to the special issue JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH, 60 (8). pp. 813-815.

Gilbert, N (2007) Who wants to know? Engineer, 293 (7721).

Matthews, RB, Gilbert, NG, Roach, A, Polhill, JG and Gotts, NM (2007) Agent-based land-use models: a review of applications Landscape Ecology, 22 (10). pp. 1447-1459.

Gilbert, N (2007) Dilemmas of privacy and surveillance: challenges of technological change Criminal Justice Matters (68). pp. 41-42.

Pyka, A, Gilbert, N and Ahrweiler, P (2007) Simulating Knowledge-Generation and Distribution Processes in Innovation Collaborations and Networks Cybernetics and Systems, 38 (7). pp. 667-693.

Gilbert, N (2007) A generic model of collectivities

Dresner, S, Jackson, T and Gilbert, N (2006) History and social responses to environmental tax reform in the United Kingdom ENERGY POLICY, 34 (8). pp. 930-939.

Ahrweiler, Petra, Gilbert, Nigel and Pyka, Andreas (2006) Institutions matter but... Organisational alignment in knowledge-based industries Science, Technology & Innovation Studies, 2. pp. 39-58.

Gilbert, N, den Besten, M, Bontovics, A, Craenen, BGW, Divina, F, Eiben, AE, Griffioen, R, Hévízi, G, Lõrincz, A, Paechter, B, Schuster, S, Schut, MC, Tzolov, C, Vogt, P and Yang, L (2006) Emerging Artificial Societies Through Learning Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 9 (2). http-//jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/9/2/9.html.

Matthews, RB, Polhill, JG, Gilbert, N and Roach, A (2005) Integrating agent-based social models and biophysical models MODSIM05 - International Congress on Modelling and Simulation: Advances and Applications for Management and Decision Making, Proceedings. pp. 1617-1623.

Gilbert, N and Abbott, A (2005) Introduction AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY, 110 (4). pp. 859-863.

Ahrweiler, P and Gilbert, N (2005) Caffè Nero: the Evaluation of Social Simulation Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 8 (4). http-//jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/8/4/14.html.

López-Sánchez, M, Noria, X, Rodríguez, JA and Gilbert, N (2005) Multi-Agent Based Simulation of News Digital Markets International Journal of Computer Science & Applications, 2 (1). pp. 7-14.

López-Sánchez, M, Noria, X, Rodríquez, JA, Gilbert, N and Shuster, S (2004) Multi Agent Simulation Applied to On-line Music Distribution Market pp. 151-154.

Gilbert, N (2004) Open problems in using agent-based models in industrial and labor dynamics Advances in complex systems, 7 (2). pp. 285-288.

Ramanath, AM and Gilbert, N (2004) Techniques for the construction and evaluation of participatory simulations Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 7 (4). http-//jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/7/4/1.html.

Asakawa, T and Gilbert, N (2003) Synthesizing experiences: lessons to be learned from internet-mediated simulation games Simulation and gaming, 34 (1). pp. 10-22.

Gilbert, N and Bankes, S (2002) Platforms and Methods for Agent-based Modeling Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 99 (supll.). pp. 7197-7198.

Chattoe, E and Gilbert, N (2001) Understanding consumption: What interviews with retired households can reveal about budgetary decisions SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH ONLINE, 6 (3). U81-U97.

Gilbert, N and Terna, P (2000) How to build and use agent-based models in social science Mind and Society, 1 (1). pp. 57-72.

Dresner, S and Gilbert, N (1999) Decision-making processes for projects requiring EIA: case studies in six European countries Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 1 (1). pp. 105-130.

Gilbert, N (1999) Simulation: a new way of doing social science American Behavioral Scientist, 40 (10). pp. 1485-1487.

Chattoe, E and Gilbert, N (1999) Talking about budgets: Time and uncertainty in household decision-making Sociology, 33 (1). pp. 85-103.

Gilbert, N (1997) Centre for Research on Simulation in the Social Sciences SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH ONLINE, 2 (2). U125-U126.

Gilbert, N (1997) A simulation of the structure of academic science Sociological Research Online, 2 (2). http-//www.socresonline.org.uk/socresonline/2/2/3.html.

Gilbert, N (1996) European Union Social Science Research: Chinks in the wall European Sociologist (4). pp. 6-7.

Fordham, A and Gilbert, N (1995) On the nature of rules and conversation AI and Society, 9 (4). pp. 356-372.

Book Section

Anzola, D, Barbrook-Johnson, P, Salgado, M and Gilbert, Nigel (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

Stoneman, P and Gilbert, N (2015) The Impact of Social Research In: Researching Social Life. SAGE publications Ltd..

Gilbert, Nigel and Ahrweiler, P (2015) The Quality of Social Simulation: an Example from Research Policy Modelling In: Policy Practice and Digital Science – Integrating Complex Systems, Social Simulation and Public Administration in Policy Research. Springer Internatinal Publishing, Cham, pp. 35-55. ISBN 978-3-319-12783-5

Ahrweiler, P, Pyka, A and Gilbert, Nigel (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, New York, USA, pp. 229-246. ISBN 978-1-13-883207-7

Gilbert, Nigel, Anzola, D, Johnson, P, Elsenbroich, C, Balke, T and Dilaver Kalkan, O (2015) Self-organizing dynamical systems In: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences. Elsevier, Oxford, pp. 529-534. ISBN 9780080970868

Ahrweiler, P, Schilperoord, M, Gilbert, N and Pyka, A (2012) Simulating the Role of MNCs for Knowledge and Capital Dynamics in Networks of Innovation In: Innovation and Institutional Embeddedness of Multinational Companies. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham UK, pp. 141-168. ISBN 9780857934321

Gilbert, N (2008) Researching social life In: Researching social life. Sage Publications Ltd, London. ISBN 141294662X

Gilbert, N (2007) Agent-based models In: UNSPECIFIED Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences . Sage Publications Inc.. ISBN 9781412949644

Gilbert, N (2007) Computational Social Science: Agent-based social simulation In: Agent-based Modelling and Simulation. Bardwell, Oxford, pp. 115-134. ISBN 978-1-905622-01-6

Yang, L and Gilbert, N (2006) Case-based model of emotional expression influence on work group socialization and performance In: UNSPECIFIED Springer-Verlag Berlin, Kyoto, JAPAN, pp. 343-354.

Gilbert, N (2006) From postgraduate to social scientist: a guide to key skills In: UNSPECIFIED SAGE, London.

Gilbert, N (2006) Sciences sociales computationnelles: simulation sociale multi-agents In: Modélisation et simulation multi-agents: applications pour les Sciences de l'Homme et de la Société. Lavoisier, Paris, pp. 141-157. ISBN 2-7462-1310-9

Gilbert, N (2006) When does social simulation need cognitive models? In: Cognition and Multi-Agent Interaction: From Cognitive Modeling to Social Simulation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 428-432.

Gilbert, Nigel and Troitzsch, Klaus G. (2005) Chapter 2: Simulation as a Method In: Simulation for the Social Scientist. Open University Press.

Gilbert, N (2005) La simulazione basata su agenti:come affrontare la complessita' dei sistemi sociali In: Organizzazioni e Complessità. Muoversi tra ordine e caos per affrontare il cambiamento. F. Angeli, Milano, pp. 119-138.

Gilbert, N (2005) Quality, Quantity and the Third Way In: Methods in Development Research: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. ITDG Publishing, London, pp. 141-148.

Gilbert, N (2004) Open problems in using agent-based models in industrial and labor dynamics In: Industry and Labor Dynamics: the agent-based computational approach. World Scientific, New Jersey, pp. 401-405.

Ahrweiler, P, Pyka, A and Gilbert, N (2004) Simulating Knowledge Dynamics in Innovation Networks In: Industry and Labor Dynamics: The Agent-based Computational Economics Approach. World Scientific Press, Singapore, pp. 284-296.

Schuster, S and Gilbert, N (2004) Simulating Online Business Models In: 5th Workshop on Agent-Based Simulation. Society for Modeling and Simulation International, Lisbon, Portugal, pp. 55-61. ISBN 3-936150-31-1

López-Sánchez, M, Noria, X, Rodríquez-Aguilar, JA, Gilbert, N and Shuster, S (2004) Simulation of Digital Content Distribution Using a Multi-Agent Simulation Approach In: Recent Advances in Artificial Intelligence Research and Development. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications . IOS Press, pp. 341-348. ISBN 1-58603-466-9

Vaux, J and Gilbert, N (2002) Innovation networks by design: the case of the Mobile VCE In: Innovation networks: Theory and Practice. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Gilbert, N, Maltby, S and Asakawa, T (2002) Participatory simulations for developing scenarios in environmental resource management In: 3rd workshop on Agent-based simulation. SCS-Europe, Passau, Germany, pp. 67-72.

Pyka, A, Gilbert, N and Ahrweiler, P (2002) Simulating Innovation Networks In: Innovation Networks: Theory and Practice. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Gilbert, N and Chattoe, E (2001) Hunting the unicorn: an exploration of the simulation of small group leadership In: Cooperative Agents: applications in the social sciences. Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 109-124.

Gilbert, N (2001) Research, Theory and Method In: Researching Social Life. Sage, London.

Hare, M, Gilbert, N, Medugno, D, Asakawa, T, Heeb, J and Pahl-Wostl, C (2001) The development of an internet forum for long-term participatory group learning about problems and solutions to sustainable urban water supply management In: Sustainability in the Information society. Metropolis, Marburg, pp. 743-750.

Gilbert, N (2000) Modelling sociality: the view from Europe In: Dynamics in Human and Primate Societies: Agent-Based Modeling of Social and Spatial Processes. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 355-372.

Gilbert, N (2000) Models, processes and algorithms: towards a simulation toolkit In: Tools and Techniques for Social Science Simulation. Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 3-17.

Gilbert, N (2000) The simulation of social processes In: Modèles et Systèmes Multi-Agents pour la Gestion de l'Environment et des Territoires. Cemagref Éditions, Clermont-Ferrand, pp. 121-137.

Jordan, J and Gilbert, N (1999) Think local - act global: discourses of environment and local protest In: Environmental Futures. Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 39-53.

Conte, R, Gilbert, N and Sichman, JS (1998) MAS and Social Simulation: A Suitable Commitment In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer-Verlag, pp. 1-9. ISBN 3-540-65476-3

Gilbert, N (1998) Simulation: an introduction to the idea In: Computer simulations in science and technology studies. Springer, Berlin, pp. 1-14.

Chattoe, E and Gilbert, N (1997) A simulation of adaptation mechanisms in budgetary decision-making In: Simulating social phenomena. Springer, Berlin, pp. 401-418.

Conte, R and Gilbert, N (1995) Computer simulation for social theory In: Artificial Societies: the computer simulation of social life. UCL Press, London, pp. 1-18.

Gilbert, N (1995) Emergence in social simulation In: Artificial Societies: the computer simulation of social life. UCL Press, London, pp. 144-156.

Monograph

Xenitidou, Maria and Gilbert, Nigel (2009) Innovations in Social Science Research Methods Project Report. NCRM E-Prints, United Kingdom.

Report

Bicket, Martha, Christie, Ian, Gilbert, Nigel, Penn, Alex, Hills, Dione and Wilkinson, Helen (2020) CECAN Evaluation and Policy Practice Note (EPPN) for policy analysts and evaluators - Complexity and what it means for policy design, implementation and evaluation [Report]

Wilkinson, Helen, Gilbert, Nigel, Varga, Liz, Elsenbroich, Corinna, Leveson-Gower, Henry and Dennis, Jonathan (2016) Agent-Based Modelling for Evaluation. CECAN Evaluation and Policy Practice Note (EPPN) No. 3 for policy analysts and evaluators. [Report]

Gilbert, N, Hawksworth, JC and Swinney, PA (2009) An agent-based model of the English housing market [Report]

Gilbert, N (2003) Societal Aspects of Risk [Report]

Conference or Workshop Item

Schiller, F, Skeldon, A, Balke, T, Grant, M, Penn, AS, Basson, L, Jensen, P, Gilbert, N, Kalkan, OD, Woodward, A, Kaminski, B and Koloch, G (2014) Defining Relevance and Finding Rules: An Agent-Based Model of Biomass Use in the Humber Area In: 9th Conference of the European-Social-Simulation-Association (ESSA), 2013-09-16 - 2013-09-20, Warsaw Sch Econ, Warsaw, POLAND.

Badham, JM and Gilbert, Nigel (2014) Personal Protective Behaviour During an Epidemic In: Social Simulation Conference - SSC 2014, 2014-09-01 - 2014-09-05, Barcelona, Spain.

Marchione, Elio, Salgado, Mauricio and Gilbert, Nigel (2009) ‘What did you say?’ Emergent Communication in a Multi-Agent Spatial Configuration

Gilbert, N and Ahrweiler, P (2009) The epistemologies of social simulation research In: Second International Workshop, EPOS 2006, 2006-10-05 - 2006-10-06, Brescia, Italy.

Salgado, Mauricio and Gilbert, Nigel (2008) Emergence and Communication: Overcoming some epistemological drawbacks in computational sociology

Abdou, Mohamed, Gilbert, Nigel and Tyler, Katherine (2008) Agent-Based Simulation Model for Social and Workplace Segregation

Hamill, Lynne and Gilbert, Nigel (2008) A simple but more realistic agent-based model of a social network

Goldspink, Chris, Edmonds, Bruce and Gilbert, Nigel (2008) Normative Behaviour in Wikipedia

Yang, L and Gilbert, N (2007) Case-based model of emotional expression influence on work group socialization and performance In: 1st World Congress on Social Simulation, 2006-08-21 - 2006-08-25, Kyoto Univ, Kyoto, JAPAN.

Yang, L and Gilbert, N (2007) Getting away from numbers: Using qualitative observation for agent-based modeling In: 4th Conference of the European-Social-Simulation-Association, ? - ?, Sociology.

Schuster, S and Gilbert, N (2005) Agent based simulation for modelling the distribution of online music In: 1st International Conference on Automated Production of Cross Media Content for Multi-Channel Distribution, 2005-11-30 - 2005-12-02, Florence, ITALY.

Gilbert, N, Schuster, S, Besten, MD and Yang, L (2005) Environment design for emerging artificial societies In: Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour 2005 Conference: Social Intelligence and Interaction in Animals, Robots and Agents, ? - ?, Sociology.

López-Sánchez, M, Noria, X, Rodríguez, JA and Gilbert, N (2004) Multi Agent Simulation Applied to Electronic News Distribution In: ECAI 2004 Workshop on Applications of Software Agents in Engineering, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, N (2002) Varieties of emergence In: Agent 2002 Conference: Social agents: ecology, exchange, and evolution, ? - ?, Sociology.

Hare, M, Gilbert, N, Maltby, S and Pahl-Wostl, C (2002) An internet-based role playing game for developing stakeholders' strategies for sustainable water management: experiences and comparisons with face-to-face gaming In: ISEE 2002, ? - ?, Sociology.

Gilbert, N, Ahrweiler, P and Pyka, A (2001) Understanding innovation networks through simulation In: Shaping Future with Simulation, ? - ?, Sociology.

Book

Gilbert, Nigel and Stoneman, Paul (2015) Researching Social Life: 4th Edition SAGE, London, UK. ISBN 9781446295458

Hamill, L and Gilbert, N (2015) Agent-Based Modelling in Economics John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 1118456076

Elsenbroich, C and Gilbert, N (2013) Modelling Norms Springer. ISBN 978-94-007-7052-2

Gilbert, N (2007) Special Issue: Complexities in Markets Journal of Business Research . Elsevier, New York.

Gilbert, N and Abbott, A (2005) Special issue: Social science computation American Journal of Sociology . The University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Gilbert, N and Dresner, S (2001) The dynamics of European science and technology policies Ashgate, Aldershot.

Suleiman, R, Troitzsch, KG and Gilbert, N (2000) Tools and Techniques for Social Science Simulation Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg.

Fielding, J and Gilbert, N (2000) Understanding Social Statistics Sage, London.

Gilbert, N (1999) Computer Simulation in the Social Sciences American Behavioral Scientist . Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA.

Gilbert, N and Troitzsch, KG (1999) Simulation for the social scientist Open University Press, Milton Keynes.

Ahrweiler, P and Gilbert, N (1998) Computer Simulations in Science and Technology Studies Springer, Berlin.

Sichman, JS, Conte, R and Gilbert, N (1998) Multi-agent systems and agent-based simulation Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence . Springer, Berlin.

Wooffitt, RC, Fraser, N, Gilbert, N and McGlashan, S (1997) Humans, computers and wizards: Studying human (simulated) computer interaction Routledge, London.

Monk, AF and Gilbert, N (1995) Perspectives on HCI: Diverse Approaches Computers and People . Academic Press, London.

Other

Gilbert, N (2005) Agent-based social simulation: dealing with complexity .

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