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									                                             PROGRAM:
                                      Lake Arrowhead Conference

Thursday 6:30 to 7:45  DINNER,                        Followed by a RECEPTION in the LAKE VIEW ROOM
Friday 9:00 to 10:00
                                                  PLENARY SESSION                              PINE VIEW ROOM
                                                  Chair: Susanne Lohmann
                                                Short Welcome: Bill McKelvey
1.   NIGEL GILBERT <n.gilbert@soc.surrey.ac.uk>,
     Agent-based Modeling: The First Ten Years; the Next Hundred?
2.   S TEVE BANKES <bankes@evolvinglogic.co m>,
     Exploring Ensembles of Alternati ve Agent B ased Models

Friday 10:30 to 12:00 

                    INTELLIGENCE, LEARNING, AND KNOWLEDGE APPLICATIONS                                   LAKE VIEW
                                                  Chair: David Kronenfeld
3.   JERKER DENRELL, CHRISTINA FANG AND DANIEL A. LEVINTHAL <Jerker.Denrell@hhs.se>,
     Learning in a Labyrinth: Learning from Model-based Feedback
4.   PIOTR DOLLAR, PAUL LASKOWSKI AND MARSHALL VAN ALSTYNE <mvanalst@umich.edu>,
     Simulati ng the Growth and Diffusion of Knowledge in Agent Societies
5.   DARIO NARDI <dnardi@math.ucla.edu>,
     Intelligence as Communication—Roles and Needs of Socially Embedded Agents
6.   MARGO WADDELL <margotanne@pdq.net>,
     When a Fad Ends: An Agent Model of Imitati ve Behavi or

                                     PEACE, WAR, TERRORISM & HOMICIDE                                     PINE VIEW
                                                     Chair: Ian Lustick
7.   HAYWARD R. ALKER <alker@rcf-fs.usc.edu>,
     On the Ontol ogy of War and Peace
8.   KATHLEEN M. CARLEY <carley+@centro.soar.cs.cmu.edu>
     Inhi biting Emergence i n and Destabilizing Multi -Agent Networks
9.   KATHLEEN M. CARLEY, DOUGLAS B. FRIDSMA AND ALEX YAHJA <ay@cmu.edu>,
     BIOWAR: Simulati on of Disease Outbreaks using Social Networks
10. GEORGE TITA AND ROBERT AXTELL <gtita@uci.edu>,
    Drugs, Guns and Gangs: An Agent-B ased Model of Homici de

                         ORGANIZATIONAL STRATEGY & EMERGENT STRUCTURE                                       LIBRARY
                                                  Chair: Nosh Contractor
11. ANTHONY DEKKER <dekker@ACM.org >,
    Agent-Based Modelling and Org anisational Structure
12. RAYMOND E. LEVITT, MICHAEL FYALL, PER BJORNSSON AND WILLIAM HEWLETT, III <rel@cive.stanford.edu>,
    When Informati on Fl ow in Project Organizations Becomes Turbulent: Toward an Organizati onal "Reynol ds Number
13. UGO MERLONE AND ARIANNA DAL FORNO <merlone@econ.unito.it>,
    An Agent-based Simulati on Framework for the Anal ysis of the Equili bria Emergence in a Complex Structure Such as
    a Firm
14. JAN W. RIVKIN <jriv kin@hbs.edu>,
    Choice Interaction and Organizati on Structure
Friday 1:30 to 3:30


                                     INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES                                       PINE VIEW
                                                   Chair: Dan Levinthal
15. ROBERT HOFFMANN <Robert.Hoffmann@nottingham.ac.u k>,
    Social Cognition and Coordinati on
16. JÜRGEN KLÜVER AND CHRISTINA S TOICA <juergen.kluever@uni-essen.de>,
    Formal Parallels Between Sociocultural Evolution and Cogniti ve Ontogenesis.
    A Computational Model
17. S TACY MARSELLA AND JONATHAN GRATCH <marsella@isi.edu> <gratch@ict.usc.edu>,
    Devel oping Agent-based Models of Emotion, Cognition, and Soci al Behavi or
18. PIETRO PANZARASA <pp@ecs.soton.ac.uk>,
    Interaction Topologies and Organizational Cogni tion
19. JULIETTE ROUCHIER <rouchier@ehess.cnrs-mrs.fr>,
    How Indi vi duals' Self-Image Can Evol ve in a Strongly Constrained Society wi th Shared Norms of Behavi or and
    Learning


                                                   ANTHROPOLOGY                                               LIBRARY
                                                    Chair: Dwight Read
20. JAY DOUGLAS <jdouglas@ict.usc.edu>,
    Posthuman Players: Autonomous Agents and the Movies
21. MICHAEL D. FISCHER <M.D.Fischer@ukc.ac.u k>,
    Powerful Knowledge: Information Theory, Classification and Knowledge in Pakistan and the Cook Islands
22. NICK GESSLER <gessler@ucla.edu>,
    Artificial Culture: Experi ments in Synthetic Anthropol ogy
23. DAVID B. KRONENFELD <kfeld@citrus.ucr.edu>,
    Culture and Society: The Role of Distributed Cogni tion


                                            INDUSTRY LEVEL ANALYSES                                        LAKE VIEW
                                                    Chair: Jan Rivkin
24. VITO ALBINO, NUNZIA CARBONARA AND ILARIA GIANNOCCARO <ncarbonara@dimeg.poliba.it>,
    Co-operation and Competition withi n Industrial District Networks: An Agent-B ased Approach
25. CLINT ANDREWS (RUTGERS ) AND ROB AXTELL <cja1@rci.rutgers.edu>,
    Agent B ased Modeling of Industrial Ecosystems
26. LESLIE HENRICKSON <lhenrick@ucla.edu>,
    A Systems and Agent-based Model Approach for College Choice/College Access to Higher Education
27. PAUL ORMEROD, HELEN JOHNS AND LAURENCE S MITH <pormerod@volterra.co.u k>,
    An Agent-Based Model of the Extinction Patterns of Capitalism’s Largest Firms
28. C. JASON WOODARD <jason@eecs.harvard.edu>,
    Architectural Control and the Strategy of Design: Agent-Based Approaches to Modeling the Software Industry
Friday 4:00 to 6:00 (6:20)
                                     STUDIES OF COOPERATIVE BEHAVIOR                                        LIBRARY
                                                 Chair: Jasmina Arifovic
29. DAMON CENTOLA <damon_octavius@hotmail.co m>
    How Societies Sol ve Social Dilemmas: Group Formati on and Emergent Cooperati on
30. CORINNE COEN <ccoen@buffalo.edu>,
    Beyond the Shadow of the Future: How Multi ple Teams Alter the Dynamics of Cooperation
31. JUNG-KYOO CHOI <jungk@econs.umass.edu>,
    The Evoluti on of Cooperati on In N-Person Public Goods Game Under Different Social Environments.
32. W. F. LAWLESS <lawlessw@mail.paine.edu>,
    Social Quantum Logic: An Alternati ve to Cooperati on and Game Theories
33. MARK PINGLE AND LEIGH TESFATSION <tesfatsi@iastate.edu>,
    Non-Empl oyment Benefi ts and the Evolution of Worker-Empl oyer Cooperation: Experiments with Real and
    Computational Agents


                                  GOVERNMENT PROCESSES AND OUTCOMES                                       PINE VIEW
                                                  Chair: Hayward Alker
34. EMILY CLOUGH <eclough@polisci.umn.edu>
    Integrating Downs and Duverger: Modeling party systems under conditi ons of uncertainty
35. DAVID EPSTEIN <de11@colu mb ia.edu>,
    Complexity in Legislatures
36. MARCO A. JANSSEN AND ELINOR OSTROM <maajanss@indiana.edu>,
    Adoption of a New Regul ati on for the Governance of Common -Pool Resources by a Heterogeneous Population
37. KEN KOLLMAN, <kkollman@u mich.edu>,
    The Rotati ng Presidency of the European Uni on.
38. KEIJI SUZUKI <suzukj@fun.ac.jp>,
    Changing Roles of Meta-agents in Simulati ons of the Tragedy of the Commons
39. BYOUNG WON MIN <min.16@osu.edu>,
    Conflict and Trade in Cellul ar Automata Worl d Politics


                                  META-PERSPECTIVES ON AGENT MODELING                                    LAKE VIEW
                                                   Chair: Steve Bankes
40. LÁSZLÓ GULYÁS <gulyas@fas.harvard.edu>,
    On The Transition to Agent-B ased Modeling: A Case Study
41. ROBERT LEMPERT <lempert@rand.org>,
    Robust Adapti ve Pl anning: A New Decisions Sciences for Complex Systems
42. BILL MCKELVEY <mckelvey@anderson.ucla.edu>,
    Foundati ons of “New” Social Science: Institutional Legitimacy from Philosophy, Complexi ty Science, Postmodernism,
    and Agent-B ased Modeling
43. DAVID S ALLACH <sallach@uchicago.edu>,
    Layered Situations and Agent Orientati on
44. DARREN S CHREIBER <dschreib@ucla.edu>,
    Vali dating Models: From Epistemol ogy to Applications
Friday 7:30 to 9:30
                MODELING ISSUES IN SELF-ORGANIZING AND EVOLVING SYSTEMS—1                                      PINE VIEW
                                      Chairs: Charlotte Hemelrijk and Norman Johnson
45. MARK BEDAU: <mab@reed.edu>,
    Quantifying Adaptation of Evol ved Structures
46. NOAH GOLDSTEIN: <noah@geog.ucsb.edu>,
    Chaotic Nature of Online Translators
47. NORMAN JOHNSON: <nlj@lanl.gov>,
    Failure in Collecti ve Systems: The Effect of Environmental Stability on Collecti ve Self-Org anization and the Chaotic
    Effect of Multi ple-Issue Platforms in Electoral Processes
48. S USANNE LOHMANN: <loh mann@ucla.edu>,
    The Informati on Ecolog y of the Uni versity
49. ZOLTAN TOROCZKAI : <toro@cnls.lanl.gov>,
    Spreadi ng of Informati on with Gl obal Currency Value in Highl y Networked Societies
Saturday 8:45 to 10:15


                 MODELING ISSUES IN SELF-ORGANIZING AND EVOLVING SYSTEMS—2                                       PINE VIEW
                                        Chairs: Charlotte Hemelrijk and Norman Johnson
50. BROOKE HARRINGTON: <brooke_harrington@brown.edu>,
    Task Commitment, Di versity and Workgroup Outcomes Abstract
51. CHARLOTTE HEMELRIJK: <hemelrij@ifi.unizh.ch>,
    Devel opment of singular collecti ves, e.g., a des potic society
52. JULIA K. PARRISH, S TEVE VISCIDO AND DANNY GRUNBAUM: <jparrish@u.washington.edu>,
    The Traffic Rules of Fish Schools: From Indi vi duals to Aggregati ons
53. D WIGHT READ <dread@anthro.ucla.edu>,
    The Emergence of Order from Disorder as a Form of Self-Org anization


                                                    SOCIAL INFORMATICS                                            LIBRARY
                                                      Chair: Toshizumi Ohta
54. HITOSHI YAMAMOTO, ISAMU OKADA, NOBUCHIKA KOBAYASHI , AND TOSHIZUMI OHTA: <hitoshi@rs.kagu.tus.ac.jp>,
    The Winner -take-all Phenomenon in Markets where Network Externality is Ineffecti ve
55. ISAMU OKADA AND TOSHIZUMI OHTA: <okada@s.soka.ac.jp>,
    Criteria Indexes of the Multiagent Simulators
56. KAZUNARI ISHIDA AND TOSHIZUMI OHTA: <ishida@kke.co.jp>,
    On an anal ysis of trends concerni ng agent-based modeling in soci al science with a web- mi ning approach
57. TOSHIZUMI OHTA, KAZUNARI ISHIDA, ISAMU OKADA, AND HITOSHI YAMAMOTO: <ohta@is.uec.ac.jp>,
    Social Informatics and Cyber Commons in Computational Analysis


                                                          ECONOMICS                                          LAKE VIEW
                                                      Chair: Leigh Tesfatsion
58. MAURO GALLEGATI , ROBERTO LEOMBRUNI , AND ANTONIO PALESTRINI <gallegati@deanovell.unian.it>,
    Heterogeneous Agents' Interaction in an Artificial Stock Market
59. KLAUS JAFFE <kjaffe@iv ic.ve>,
    Monte Carlo Expl oration of Mechanisms for the Creation of Aggregate Wealth
60. MICHAEL. J. NORTH <north@anl.gov>,
    The Agent-B ased Modeling of Electricity Markets
61. KWANG WOO PARK AND PAUL J. ZAK <ken.park@cgu.edu>,
    Income Distri buti on Dynamics: Marriage and Informational Cascades
Saturday 10:30 to 12:00


                                         GAME THEORY APPLICATIONS                                            LIBRARY
                                                   Chair: Paul Ormerod
62. JASMINA ARIFOVIC AND RICHARD MCKELVEY <arifovic@sfu.ca>,
    Simulati ng a Turing Tournament
63. JONATHAN BENDOR, DANIEL DIERMEIER, AND MIKE TING <bendor_jonathan@gsb.stanford.edu>,
    The Empirical Content of Behavi oral Models of Adaptati on
64. DANNY FERNANDEZ, RAMAYYA KRISHNAN AND UDAY RAJAN <danny@andrew.cmu.edu>,
    Online Interaction and Transactional Pri vacy Negotiations: A Si mulation Analysis of an Agent-based System
65. MASAKI TOMOCHI , HIROAKI MURATA, AND MITSUO KONO <mto mochi@uci.edu>,
    A Consumer -Based Model of Diffusion of Two Competi ti ve, Compati ble, and Durable Goods


    NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY ANALYSIS & COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE                                       PINE VIEW
                                            Chair: Desmond Saunders-Newton
66. THAD BROWN AND MAINIERA <tab@ips.edu>,
    Elites from the Dark Arts and Col d Sciences
67. JOSEPH EASH
    Soft Science, Hard Problems: The Future Role of Social Science in Defense Research & Engineering
68. WILLIAM MILLS AND MAI NGUYEN <billd m@ucia.gov>      <mai@ucia.gov>,
    Nonlinear Dynamics in Worl d Politics
69. DESMOND S AUNDERS -NEWTON <saundersnewtond@ndu.edu>,
    Social Science Theory, Operations Research, and Computati onal Models: National Security as a Nexus for Inquiry
    Approaches


                           STUDIES OF RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD PROCESSES                                  LAKE VIEW
                                                   Chair: Phil Bonacich
70. ELENNA DUGUNDJI <E.Dugundji@FRW.UVA .NL>,
    Capturing Complexity in Residential Choice Behavi or
71. GIORGIO FAGIOLO <fagiolo@sssup.it>,
    Coordination, Local Interacti ons and Endogenous Neighborhood Formati on
72. DAVID W. WONG <dwong2@g mu.edu>,
    Exploring the Role of Residential Preference in Segregation with Simulati on


                                           MARKETING APPLICATIONS                                           SKY VIEW
                                                   Chair: David Midgley
73. MICHAEL AGAR AND DWIGHT WILSON <magar@anth.u md.edu>,
    Modeling Drug markets
74. DAVID COLLINGS <david.2.collings@bt.com>,
    Agent-Based Design of Innovati ve Customer Relati onshi p Management
75. ROBERT E. MARKS , DAVID MIDGLEY AND LEE G. COOPER <david.midgley@insead.edu>,
    Endogenizing the Acti ons of Artificial Brand Managers
Saturday 1:30 to 3:30
                                           GROUP AND TEAM DYNAMICS                                             LAKE VIEW
                                                    Chair: Corinne Coen
76. ALESSANDRO ACQUISTI , MAARTEN S IERHUIS AND BILL CLANCEY <acquisti@sims.berkeley.edu>,
    Agent-Based Modeling of Collaborati on and Work Practices On B oard the International S pace Station
77. WILLIAM A. GRIFFIN, WILLA CREE, CAROL MARTIN, RICHARD FABES , AND LAURA HANISH <william.g riffin@asu.edu>,
    Emergent Structure in Chil dren's Play Group Formati on
78. VJOLLCA S ADIRAJ, JAN TUINSTRA AND FRANS VAN WINDEN <vjollca@fee.uva.nl>
    Interest Groups in A Spati al Voting Model      <vanwinden@dutch.nl>
79. MAKSIM TSVETOVAT, CRAIG S CHREIBER AND KATHLEEN CARLEY <maksim@psychmanager.co m>,
    A Multi-Agent Model of Information Technolog y Public Goods
80. YU YUAN AND BILL MCKELVEY <yuyuan@usc.edu>,
    Situati vi ty of Learning Wi thin Groups: Coevol uti onary Dynamics Over Ti me Using Kauffman’s NK Model


                                            INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS                                             PINE VIEW
                                                 Chair: Lars-Erik Cederman
81. S TEPHAN MAJESKI <majeski@u.washington.edu>,
    Asymmetric Power among Agents in Evol uti onary Games
82. MAURITS VAN DER VEEN <maurits@sas.upenn.edu>,
    The Emergence of a European Identity: An Agent -Based Model of International Interaction
83. ARMANO S RBLJINOVIĆ, DRAŽEN PENZAR, PETRA RODIK, KRUNO KARDOV <asrbljin@mo rh.hr>,
    Agent-Based Modeling of Ethnic Mobilization: The Former Yugoslavi a Case
84. IAN S. LUSTICK <ilustick@sas.upenn.edu>,
    A User-Friendl y Agent-Based Modeling Platform for Testing Theories of Political i denti ty and Political Stability
85. LARS -ERIK CEDERMAN AND CLAUDIO COIFFI -REVILLA <cederman@cfia.harvard.edu>,
    Replicati ng the Size of Wars: New Empirical Extensions and Computational Reconstructi ons of Power Laws


                                                      GEOGRAPHY                                                   LIBRARY
                                                     Chair: Nick Gessler
86. DAVID BENNETT AND RICHARD ASPINALL <david-bennett@uiowa.edu>,
    Rural Landscapes as Complex Adapti ve Systems
87. ROBERT N. BERNARD <robert.bernard@us.pwcglobal.com>,
    Forecasting a Communi ty’s Future vi a Agent-based Modeling
88. MARTIN BISKOWSKI , <biskowsk@ucla.edu>,
    A Multi agent Si mulation of Urban Fuel Use and Scarcity in Prehispanic Central Mexico
89. S UKAINA BHARWANI , M.D. FISCHER, AND N. S. RYAN <s.b41@ukc.ac.uk>,
    Modeling Adapti ve Change in Agricultural Systems
90. S TEPHEN J. DECANIO <decanio@econ.ucsb.edu>,
    Heterogeneous Agents and Multi ple Equili bria: Implications for Cli mate Policy Analysis
Saturday 4:30 to 6:20
                                   PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY IN AGENT RULES                                      PINE VIEW
                                                   Chair: Wander Jager
91. WERNHER BRUCKS : <brucks@sozpsy.unizh.ch>,
    Multi-Agent Simul ati on of a Village Communi ty Sharing a Sol ar Power Plant
92. HANS -JOACHIM MOSLER: <mosler@sozpsy.unizh.ch>,
    Persuasion Processes in Populations: Multi-Agent Si mulation B ased on a Social Psychol ogical Theory
93. ROBERT TOBIAS : <rtobias@sozpsy.unizh.ch>,
    Empirical Test of a Psychologically B ased Simulati on of Collecti ve Action
94. KEES ZOETHOUT, WANDER JAGER & ERIC MOLLEMAN <k.zoethout@bdk.rug.nl>,
    Task Allocati on i n a Self-org anizing Social System: A Multi-disciplinary Approach
95. M. AFZAL UPAL <upal@iet.co m>,
    Sexual Selection of Co-operation
96. WANDER JAGER AND MARCO A. JANSSEN: <w.jager@bdk.rug.nl>,
    Coevol uti on of Personality and the Environment
                                                        SOCIOLOGY                                            LIBRARY
                                                Chair: Kathleen Carley
97. PHIL BONACICH <bonacich@soc.ucla.edu>,
    Power and Pattern in Networks of Gift and Favor Exchange
98. R. KEITH S AWYER <ksawyer@artsci.wustl.edu>,
    Multi agent systems and the micro-macro link
99. TIMOTHY TAPPE <ttappe@uwyo.edu>,
    A Landscape Theory of Aggregation and Social Networks: Substanti ve and Methodological Concerns
100.TAKAO TERANO AND S ETSUYA KURAHASHI <terano@gssm.otsuka.tsukuba.ac.jp>,
    Inverse Simul ation and Genetics-Based Vali dation for Social Interaction Analysis vi a Multiagents
101.DUNCAN WATTS <djw24@co lu mbia.edu>,
    Interdisciplinary Research (and some recent results) on the S mall-Worl d Problem
                                   ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING & INNOVATION                                     LAKE VIEW
                                                   Chair: Robert Lempert
102.MANUEL CARTIER <manuel.cart ier@dauphine.fr>,
    Selection and transformati on in the innovation process: a genetic algorithm modeling
103.MYONG-HUN CHANG AND JOSEPH E. HARRINGTON, JR. <m.chang@csuohio.edu>,
    Learning from the Competition: External S pillovers and the Org anizational Structures of Competi ng…Firms
104.NOSHIR CONTRACTOR <nosh@uiuc.edu>,
    A Multi-theoretical Mul ti-Level Agent Model of the Co-Evol uti on of Communication and Knowledge Networks
105.S ENDIL K ETHIRAJ AND DANIEL LEVINTHAL <sethiraj@wharton.upenn.edu>,
    Design and Coordinati on i n Complex Systems
106.ALESSANDRO LOMI AND ERIK LARSEN <e.r.larsen@city.ac.uk>,
    Strategic Synchronization Among S patially Distri buted Agents
Saturday 7:30 to 9:30
                                                   PLENARY SESSION                                          PINE VIEW
                                                  Chair: David Sallach
107.ROB AXTELL <raxtell@brookings.edu>,
    A Positi ve Theory of Emergence for Mul ti-Agent Systems
108.S COTT PAGE <spage@umich.edu>,
    Models of Heterogenous Agents
                                               CLOSING PERSPECTIVES
                                   Kathleen Carley, Lars-Erik Cederman, Leigh Tesfatsion

								
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