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Toward Neurocognitive Foundations for Generative Social Science.
J.M. Epstein.

bookjacketBarriers and Bounds to Rationality:
Essays on Economic Complexity and Dynamics in Interactive Systems.
P. Albin; D.K. Foley, ed.

bookjacketComplex Adaptive Systems:
An Introduction to Computational Models of Social Life.
J. Miller and S.E. Page.

bookjacketThe Complexity of Cooperation:
Agent-Based Models of Competition and Collaboration.
R. Axelrod.

bookjacketCritical Transitions in Nature and Society.
M. Scheffer.

bookjacketEmergent Actors in World Politics:
How States and Nations Develop and Dissolve.
L. Cederman.

bookjacketGenerative Social Science:
Studies in Agent-Based Computational Modeling.
J.M. Epstein.

bookjacketHistorical Dynamics:
Why States Rise and Fall.
P. Turchin.

bookjacketParty Competition:
An Agent-Based Model.
M. Laver and E. Sergenti.

bookjacketPerfect Order:
Recognizing Complexity in Bali.
J.S. Lansing.

bookjacketRobustness and Evolvability in Living Systems.
A. Wagner.

bookjacketSelf-Organization in Biological Systems.
S. Camazine, J. Deneubourg, et al.

bookjacketSmall Worlds:
The Dynamics of Networks between Order and Randomness.
D.J. Watts.

bookjacketThe Structure and Dynamics of Networks.
M. Newman, A. Barabási, et al.

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