Scott Moss

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17EEBogdan Werth, Scott Moss: Intrusion of Agent-Based Social Simulation in economic theory: Will heterogeneous agent bring more clarity in the context of IT-outsourcing? IPDPS 2008: 1-8
16EEScott Moss, Emma Norling: Multi-Agent-Based Simulation: Why Bother?. MABS 2005: 1-13
15EEBruce Edmonds, Scott Moss: From KISS to KIDS - An 'Anti-simplistic' Modelling Approach. MABS 2004: 130-144
14EEScott Moss, Paul Davidsson: Multi-Agent-Based Simulation: Proceedings of the Second International Workshop (MABS 2000). J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 5(1): (2002)
13EEScott Moss: A European Social Simulation Association. J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 5(3): (2002)
12 Scott Moss, Paul Davidsson: Multi-Agent-Based Simulation, Second International Workshop, MABS 2000, Boston, MA, USA, July, 2000, Revised and Additional Papers Springer 2001
11EEBruce Edmonds, Scott Moss: The Importance of Representing Cognitive Processes in Multi-agent Models. ICANN 2001: 759-766
10EEScott Moss: Game Theory: Limitations and an Alternative. J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 4(2): (2001)
9EEScott Moss: Applications-Centered Multi Agent Systems Design (with Special Reference to Markets and Rational Agency). ICMAS 2000: 199-206
8EEScott Moss: Messy Systems - The Target for Multi Agent Based Simulation. MABS 2000: 1-14
7EEThomas E. Downing, Scott Moss, Claudia Pahl-Wostl: Understanding Climate Policy Using Participatory Agent-Based Social Simulation. MABS 2000: 198-213
6EERosaria Conte, Scott Moss: Special Interest Group on Agent-Based Social Simulation. J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2(1): (1999)
5 Scott Moss, Kerstin Dautenhahn: Hierarchical Organization of Robots: A Social Simulation Study. ESM 1998: 400-404
4 Scott Moss: Social Simulation Models and Reality: Three Approaches. MABS 1998: 45-60
3EEScott Moss, Bruce Edmonds: Modeling Economic Learning as Modeling. Cybernetics and Systems 29(3): 215-247 (1998)
2EEScott Moss: Critical Incident Management: An Empirically Derived Computational Model. J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 1(4): (1998)
1 Bruce Edmonds, Scott Moss: Modelling Bounded Rationality Using Evolutionary Techniques. Evolutionary Computing, AISB Workshop 1997: 31-42

Coauthor Index

1Rosaria Conte [6]
2Kerstin Dautenhahn [5]
3Paul Davidsson [12] [14]
4Thomas E. Downing [7]
5Bruce Edmonds [1] [3] [11] [15]
6Emma Norling [16]
7Claudia Pahl-Wostl [7]
8Bogdan Werth [17]

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