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Article

Watts, Christopher and Gilbert, Nigel (2011) Does cumulative advantage affect collective learning in science? An agent-based simulation Scientometrics. pp. 1-27. ISSN 0138-9130

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.

Book Section

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

Monograph

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

Conference or Workshop Item

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

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

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