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    First name: G. Nigel
    Last name: Gilbert
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    Conference paper
    Niccolò Casnici, Francisco Grimaldo, G. Nigel Gilbert, Flaminio Squazzoni.
    Attitudes of referees in a multidisciplinary journal: An empirical analysis.
    JASIST 2017, Volume 68 (0) 2017
    Journal article
    Niccolò Casnici, Francisco Grimaldo, G. Nigel Gilbert, Pierpaolo Dondio, Flaminio Squazzoni.
    Assessing peer review by gauging the fate of rejected manuscripts: the case of the Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation.
    Scientometrics 2017, Volume 113 (0) 2017
    Conference paper
    Jie Jiang, Riccardo Pozza, Kristrún Gunnarsdóttir, G. Nigel Gilbert, Klaus Moessner.
    Using Sensors to Study Home Activities.
    J. Sensor and Actuator Networks 2017, Volume 6 (0) 2017
    Conference paper
    Jie Jiang, Riccardo Pozza, Kristrún Gunnarsdóttir, G. Nigel Gilbert, Klaus Moessner.
    Recognising Activities at Home: Digital and Human Sensors.
    Proceedings of the International Conference on Future Networks and Distributed Systems, ICFNDS 2017, Cambridge, United Kingdom, July 19-20, 2017 2017 (0) 2017
    Conference paper
    Virginia Dignum, G. Nigel Gilbert, Michael P. Wellman.
    Introduction to the special issue on autonomous agents for agent-based modeling.
    Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems 2016, Volume 30 (0) 2016
    Conference paper
    Petra Ahrweiler, Michel Schilperoord, Andreas Pyka, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Modelling Research Policy: Ex-Ante Evaluation of Complex Policy Instruments.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2015, Volume 18 (0) 2015
    Conference paper
    Kavin Narasimhan, Thomas Roberts, Maria Xenitidou, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Using ABM to Clarify and Refine Social Practice Theory.
    Advances in Social Simulation 2015 [Papers from the Conference of the European Social Simulation Association 2015, Groningen, The Netherlands, 14-18 September 2015] 2017 (0) 2015
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert, Seth Bullock.
    Complexity at the social science interface.
    Complexity 2013, Volume 19 (0) 2014
    Conference paper
    Mauricio Salgado, Elio Marchione, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Analysing Differential School Effectiveness Through Multilevel and Agent-Based Modelling.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2014, Volume 17 (0) 2014
    Conference paper
    Tina Balke-Visser, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    How Do Agents Make Decisions? A Survey.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2014, Volume 17 (0) 2014
    Book chapter
    Petra Ahrweiler, Michel Schilperoord, Andreas Pyka, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Testing Policy Options for Horizon 2020 with SKIN.
    Simulating Knowledge Dynamics in Innovation Networks 2014 (0) 2014
    Book chapter
    Petra Ahrweiler, Andreas Pyka, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Simulating Knowledge Dynamics in Innovation Networks: An Introduction.
    Simulating Knowledge Dynamics in Innovation Networks 2014 (0) 2014
    Conference paper
    Mario Paolucci, Donald Kossmann, Rosaria Conte, Paul Lukowicz, Panos Argyrakis, Ann Blandford, Giulia Bonelli, Stuart Anderson, Sara de Freitas, Bruce Edmonds, G. Nigel Gilbert, Markus H. Gross, Jörn Kohlhammer, Petros Koumoutsakos, Andreas Krause, Björn-Ola Linnér, Philipp Slusallek, Olga Sorkine-Hornung, Robert W. Sumner, Dirk Helbing.
    Towards a living earth simulator
    CoRR 2013, Volume 0 (0) 2013
    Conference paper
    Christopher Watts, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Simulating Innovation: Comparing Models of Collective Knowledge, Technological Evolution and Emergent Innovation Networks.
    Advances in Social Simulation - Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association, ESSA 2013, Warsaw, Poland, September 16-20, 2013 2014 (0) 2013
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    Frank Schiller, Anne Skeldon, Tina Balke-Visser, Michelle Grant, Alexandra S. Penn, Lauren Basson, Paul D. Jensen, G. Nigel Gilbert, Özge Dilaver Kalkan, Amy Woodward.
    Defining Relevance and Finding Rules: An Agent-Based Model of Biomass Use in the Humber Area.
    Advances in Social Simulation - Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the European Social Simulation Association, ESSA 2013, Warsaw, Poland, September 16-20, 2013 2014 (0) 2013
    Conference paper
    Antonio Sanfilippo, G. Nigel Gilbert, Mark Greaves.
    Technosocial predictive analytics for security informatics.
    Security Informatics 2012, Volume 1 (0) 2012
    Journal article
    Petra Ahrweiler, G. Nigel Gilbert, Andreas Pyka.
    Agency and structure: a social simulation of knowledge-intensive industries.
    Computational Mathematical Organization Theory 2011, Volume 17 (0) 2011
    Journal article
    Christopher Watts, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Does cumulative advantage affect collective learning in science? An agent-based simulation.
    Scientometrics 2011, Volume 89 (0) 2011
    Journal article
    Bruce Edmonds, G. Nigel Gilbert, Petra Ahrweiler, Andrea Scharnhorst.
    Simulating the Social Processes of Science.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2011, Volume 14 (0) 2011
    Conference paper
    Elio Marchione, Mauricio Salgado, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    'What did You Say?' Emergent Communication in a Multi-Agent Spatial Configuration.
    Advances in Complex Systems 2010, Volume 13 (0) 2010
    Journal article
    Samer Hassan, Luis Antunes 0001, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Going back home - Social simulation and artificial intelligence.
    Computational Mathematical Organization Theory 2010, Volume 16 (0) 2010
    Conference paper
    Alastair J. Gill, Maria Xenitidou, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Understanding Quality in Science: A Proposal and Exploration.
    Fourth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems, SASO 2010, Budapest, Hungary, 27-28 September 2010, Workshops Proceedings 2010 (0) 2010
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert, John C. Hawksworth, Paul A. Swinney.
    An Agent-Based Model of the English Housing Market.
    Technosocial Predictive Analytics, Papers from the 2009 AAAI Spring Symposium, Technical Report SS-09-09, Stanford, California, USA, March 23-25, 2009 2009 (0) 2009
    Journal article
    Lynne Hamill, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Social Circles: A Simple Structure for Agent-Based Social Network Models.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2009, Volume 12 (0) 2009
    Journal article
    Lu Yang, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Getting Away from Numbers: Using Qualitative Observation for Agent-Based Modeling.
    Advances in Complex Systems 2008, Volume 11 (0) 2008
    Conference paper
    Camille Roth, Dario Taraborelli, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Measuring wiki viability: an empirical assessment of the social dynamics of a large sample of wikis.
    Proceedings of the 2008 International Symposium on Wikis, 2008, Porto, Portugal, September 8-10, 2008 2008 (0) 2008
    Conference paper
    Samer Hassan, Juan Pavón, Luis Antunes 0001, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Injecting Data into Agent-Based Simulation.
    Simulating Interacting Agents and Social Phenomena, The Second World Congress [Post-Conference Proceedings of the World Congress on Social Simulation, WCSS 2008, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA, 14-17 July 2008] 2010 (0) 2008
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    A Generic Model of Collectivities.
    Cybernetics and Systems 2007, Volume 38 (0) 2007
    Conference paper
    Andreas Pyka, G. Nigel Gilbert, Petra Ahrweiler.
    Simulating Knowledge-generation and Distribution Processes in Innovation Collaborations and Networks.
    Cybernetics and Systems 2007, Volume 38 (0) 2007
    Journal article
    G. Nigel Gilbert, Matthijs den Besten, Ákos Bontovics, Bart G. W. Craenen, Federico Divina, A. E. Eiben, Robert Griffioen, György Hévízi, András Lörincz, Ben Paechter, Stephan C. Schuster, Martijn C. Schut, Christian Tzolov, Paul Vogt, Lu Yang.
    Emerging Artificial Societies Through Learning.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2006, Volume 9 (0) 2006
    Conference paper
    Lu Yang, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Case-Based Model of Emotional Expression Influence on Work Group Socialization and Performance.
    Advancing Social Simulation: The First World Congressi [Post-Conference Proceedings of the World Congress on Social Simulation, WCSS 2006, Kyoto, Japan, August 21-25, 2006] 2007 (0) 2006
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert, Petra Ahrweiler.
    The Epistemologies of Social Simulation Research.
    Epistemological Aspects of Computer Simulation in the Social Sciences, Second International Workshop, EPOS 2006, Brescia, Italy, October 5-6, 2006, Revised Selected and Invited Papers 2009 (0) 2006
    Journal article
    Petra Ahrweiler, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Caffè Nero: the Evaluation of Social Simulation.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2005, Volume 8 (0) 2005
    Conference paper
    Maite López-Sánchez, Xavier Noria, Juan A. Rodríguez, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Multi-Agent Based Simulation of News Digital Markets.
    IJCSA 2005, Volume 2 (0) 2005
    Journal article
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Open Problems in Using Agent-Based Models in Industrial and Labor Dynamics.
    Advances in Complex Systems 2004, Volume 7 (0) 2004
    Conference paper
    Maite López-Sánchez, Xavier Noria, Juan A. Rodríguez, G. Nigel Gilbert, S. Schuster.
    Multi-Agent Simulation Applied to On-Line Music Distribution Market.
    4th International Conference on WEB Delivering of Music (WEDELMUSIC 2004), 13-15 September 2004, Barcelona, Spain 2004 (0) 2004
    Conference paper
    Ana Maria Ramanath, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    The Design of Participatory Agent-Based Social Simulations.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2004, Volume 7 (0) 2004
    Conference paper
    Ramzi Suleiman, Klaus G. Troitzsch, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Tools and Techniques for Social Science Simulation.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2003, Volume 6 (0) 2003
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert, Andreas Pyka, Petra Ahrweiler.
    Innovation Networks - A Simulation Approach.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2001, Volume 4 (0) 2001
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert, Klaus G. Troitzsch.
    Simulation for the Social Scientist.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2000, Volume 3 (0) 2000
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Multi-level simulation in Lisp-Stat.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 1999, Volume 2 (0) 1999
    Conference paper
    Klaus G. Troitzsch, Ulrich Mueller, G. Nigel Gilbert, Jim Doran.
    Social Science Microsimulation.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 1999, Volume 2 (0) 1999
    Conference paper
    Rosaria Conte, G. Nigel Gilbert, Jaime Simão Sichman.
    MAS and Social Simulation: A Suitable Sommitment.
    Multi-Agent Systems and Agent-Based Simulation, First International Workshop, MABS '98, Paris, France, July 4-6, 1998, Proceedings 1998 (0) 1998
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Editorial.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 1998, Volume 1 (0) 1998
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Editorial.
    J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 1998, Volume 1 (0) 1998
    Conference paper
    Stuart Peters, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    The electronic alternative:
    Learned Publishing 1997, Volume 10 (0) 1997
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Models, Processes and Algorithms: Towards a Simulation Toolkit.
    Tools and Techniques for Social Science Simulation [Dagstuhl Seminar, May 5-9, 1997] 2000 (0) 1997
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Simulation as a Research Strategy.
    Social Science Microsimulation [Dagstuhl Seminar, May, 1995] 1996 (0) 1995
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Environments and Languages to Support Social Simulation.
    Social Science Microsimulation [Dagstuhl Seminar, May, 1995] 1996 (0) 1995
    Conference paper
    Andrew Fordham, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    On the Nature of Rules and Conversation.
    AI Soc. 1995, Volume 9 (0) 1995
    Conference paper
    Andrew F. Monk, Bonnie A. Nardi, G. Nigel Gilbert, Marilyn Tremaine, John McCarthy 0001.
    Mixing oil and water?: Ethnography versus experimental psychology in the study of computer-mediated communication.
    Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT '93, IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 24-29 April 1993, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, jointly organised with ACM Conference on Human Aspects in Computing Systems CHI'93 1993 (0) 1993
    Journal article
    Marina Jirotka, G. Nigel Gilbert, Paul Luff.
    On the social organisation of organisations.
    Computer Supported Cooperative Work 1992, Volume 1 (0) 1992
    Conference paper
    Scott McGlashan, Norman M. Fraser, G. Nigel Gilbert, Eric Bilange, Paul Heisterkamp, Nick J. Youd.
    Dialogue Management for Telephone Information Systems.
    ANLP 1992 (0) 1992
    Conference paper
    Norman M. Fraser, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Effects of system voice quality on user utterances in speech dialogue systems.
    Second European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, EUROSPEECH 1991, Genova, Italy, September 24-26, 1991 1991 (0) 1991
    Conference paper
    Marina Jirotka, Paul Luff, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Participation Frameworks for Computer Mediated Communication.
    Proceedings of the Second European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 24-27 September 1991, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1991 (0) 1991
    Conference paper
    Anne Ankrah, David M. Frohlich, G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Two ways to fill a bath, with and without knowing it.
    Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT '90, Proceedings of the IFIP TC13 Third Interantional Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Cambridge, UK, 27-31 August, 1990 1990 (0) 1990
    Conference paper
    Nigel R. Seel, G. Nigel Gilbert, M. E. Morris.
    A project-orientated view of CSCW.
    Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT '90, Proceedings of the IFIP TC13 Third Interantional Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Cambridge, UK, 27-31 August, 1990 1990 (0) 1990
    Conference paper
    G. Nigel Gilbert, Marina Jirotka.
    Planning Procedural Advice.
    Interacting with Computers 1990, Volume 2 (0) 1990
    Journal article
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Explanation and dialogue.
    Knowledge Eng. Review 1989, Volume 4 (0) 1989
    Journal article
    G. Nigel Gilbert.
    Measuring the growth of science - A review of indicators of scientific growth.
    Scientometrics 1979, Volume 1 (0) 1978
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