Advances in Complex Systems, Volume 15
Volume 15, Numbers 1-2, March 2012
L. S. Premo
: Local extinctions, Connectedness, and Cultural Evolution in Structured Populations.
: Geographical Modeling for Archaeology and History: Two Case Studies.
, Jeroen B. Smaers
: An Agent-Based Approach to Modeling mammalian Evolution: How Resource Distribution and predation Affect Body Size.
Volume 15, Numbers 3-4, May 2012
, Anthony F. Morse
: Word and Category Learning in a Continuous Semantic Domain: Comparing Cross-Situational and Interactive Learning.
: Studying the Impact of Language on the Mind by Constructing Robots that have Language.
: Power Laws and Other heavy-Tailed Distributions in Linguistic Typology.
, Gary Lupyan
: Understanding the Origins of Morphological Diversity: the Linguistic Niche Hypothesis.
Volume 15, Number 5, July 2012
Volume 15, Number 6, August 2012
: Fractal Markets Hypothesis and the Global Financial Crisis: Scaling, Investment Horizons and Liquidity.
Dirk Van Rooy
: A Connectionist ABM of Social Categorization Processes.
Georg P. Mueller
: The Dynamics and Evolutionary stability of Cultures of Corruption: Theoretical and Empirical Analyses.
: Modeling Belief Change in a Population Using Explanatory Coherence.
Volume 15, Number 7, October 2012
Fundamental Concepts of Complex Systems
: Preferential Opponent Selection in Public Goods Games.
: Distribution of Producer Size in Globalized Market.
Volume 15, Number 8, December 2012
Complex Computer Systems
: Dynamical traps Caused by Fuzzy Rationality as a New Emergence Mechanism.
, Yang Cao
: Evolutionary motifs for the Automated Discovery of Self-Organizing dimer Automata.
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