Publications

Journal articles

  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (2015) '“Censorship”, Early Childhood Research Quarterly and Qualitative Research: Not So Much Aced Out as an Own Goal?', Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 31(2), pp. 163-171. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (2014) 'Using Agent Based Modelling to Integrate Data on Attitude Change', Sociological Research Online, 19(1). [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (2013) 'Why Sociology Should Use Agent Based Modelling', Sociological Research Online, 18(3). [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (2012) 'Combining Ethnography and Game Theory Using Simulation: A Critique and Development of 'Can Norms Account for Strategic Interaction?' by S. Gezelius', Sociology, 46(2), April, pp. 339-353. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (2009) 'The Social Transmission of Choice: A Simulation with Applications to Hegemonic Discourse', Mind and Society, 8(2), December, pp. 193-207. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2006) 'Using Simulation to Develop and Test Functionalist Explanations: A Case Study of Dynamic Church Membership', British Journal of Sociology, 57(3), September, pp. 379-397. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe, Edmund and Hamill, Heather (2005) 'It's Not Who You Know - It's What You Know About People You Don't Know That Counts: Extending the Analysis of Crime Groups as Social Networks', British Journal of Criminology, 45(6), November, pp. 860-876. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2002) 'Developing the Selectionist Paradigm in Sociology', Sociology, 36(4), November, pp. 817-833. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2001) 'The Prospects for Artificial Intelligence Techniques in Understanding Economic Behaviour: An Overview', Ökonomie und Gesellschaft (Economics and Society), Jahrbuch 17: Komplexitaet und Lernen, pp. 135-162.
  • Chattoe, Edmund and Gilbert, Nigel (2001) 'Understanding Consumption: What Interviews with Retired Households Can Reveal About Budgetary Decisions', Sociological Research Online, 6(3), November. [Click on this link to go to the article]
  • Chattoe, Edmund, Dautenhan, Kerstin, Dickinson, Ian, Doran, Jim and Vulkan, Nir (2000) 'A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Multi-Agent Systems', The Knowledge Engineering Review. 15(3), September, pp. 293-301. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2000) 'Charity Shops as Second-Hand Markets', International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, Special Issue on Charity Trading, 5(2), June, pp. 153-160. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe, Edmund and Gilbert, Nigel (1999) 'Talking About Budgets: Time and Uncertainty in Household Decision Making', Sociology, 33(1), February, pp. 85-103. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (1998) 'Just How (Un)realistic are Evolutionary Algorithms as Representations of Social Processes?', Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 1(3), June. [Click on this link to go to the article]

Book chapters

  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund and Gabbriellini, Simone (forthcoming 2017) 'How Should Agent-Based Modelling Engage with Historical Processes?' in Jager, W. et al. (eds.) Advances in Social Simulation 2015, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 528 (Springer). [DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-47253-9_5]
  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund and Gabbriellini, Simone (2016) 'History, Histories and Book-Trade Networks: An Exploratory Agent-Based Model', in Hinks, John and Feely, Catherine (eds.) Historical Networks in the Book Trade, The History of the Book Series (London: Routledge), pp. 49-69. [Click on this link for more information via publisher]
  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund and Edmonds, Bruce (2013) 'Modelling Evolutionary Mechanisms in Social Systems', in Edmonds, Bruce and Meyer, Ruth (eds.) Simulating Social Complexity, Understanding Complex Systems Series (Berlin: Springer-Verlag), pp. 455-495. [Click on this link for more information via publisher]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2006) 'Using Evolutionary Analogies in Social Science: Two Case Studies', in Wimmer, Andreas and Kössler, Reinhart (eds.) Understanding Change: Models, Methodologies, and Metaphors (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 89-95.
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2003) 'The Role of Agent-Based Modelling in Demographic Explanation', in Billari, Francesco C. and Prskawetz, Alexia (eds.) Agent-Based Computational Demography: Using Simulation to Improve Our Understanding of Demographic Behaviour (Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag), pp. 41-54.
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2002) 'Building Empirically Plausible Multi-Agent Systems: A Case Study of Innovation Diffusion', in Dautenhahn, Kerstin, Bond, Alan H., Cañamero, Dolores and Edmonds, Bruce (eds.) Socially Intelligent Agents: Creating Relationships with Computers and Robots, Multiagent Systems, Artificial Societies and Simulated Organisations Volume 3 (Dordrecht: Kluwer), pp. 109-116.
  • Gilbert, Nigel and Chattoe, Edmund (2002) 'Hunting the Unicorn: An Exploration of the Simulation of Small Group Leadership', in Saam, Nicole J. and Schmidt, Bernd (eds.) Cooperative Agents: Applications in the Social Sciences, Theory and Decision Library A: Volume 32 (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers), pp. 109-124.
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2002) 'Computer Simulation of Family Practices', in Carling, Alan, Duncan, Simon and Edwards, Rosalind (eds.) Analysing Families: Morality and Rationality in Policy and Practice (London: Routledge), pp. 268-282.
  • Chattoe, Edmund, Saam, Nicole J. and Moehring, Michael (2000) 'Sensitivity Analysis in the Social Sciences: Problems and Prospects', in Suleiman, Ramzi, Troitzsch, Klaus G. and Gilbert, Nigel (eds.) Tools and Techniques for Social Science Simulation (Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag), pp. 244-273.
  • Chattoe, Edmund and Gilbert, Nigel (1997) 'A Simulation of Adaptation Mechanisms in Budgetary Decision Making', in Conte, Rosaria, Hegselmann, Rainer and Terna, Pietro (eds.) Simulating Social Phenomena, Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 456 (Berlin: Springer-Verlag), pp. 401-418.
  • Chattoe, Edmund (1997) 'What Simulation Has Done for Economics and What It Might Do', in Sydow, Achim in co-operation with Schaefer, R.-P., Rufeger, W. and Lehmann, Heiko (eds.) Proceedings of the 15th IMACS World Congress on Scientific Computation, Modelling and Applied Mathematics, Volume 6: Application in Modelling and Simulation (Berlin: Wissenschaft und Technik Verlag), pp. 757-762.
  • Chattoe, Edmund (1997) 'Modelling Economic Interaction using a Genetic Algorithm', in Bäck, Thomas, Fogel, David and Michalewicz, Zbigniew (eds.) The Handbook of Evolutionary Computation (New York, NY: Oxford University Press/IOP Publishing), G7.1, pp. 1-5.
  • Chattoe, Edmund (1996) 'Why are we Simulating Anyway? Some Answers from Economics', in Troitzsch, Klaus G., Mueller, Ulrich, Gilbert, Nigel and Doran, Jim E. (eds.) Social Science Microsimulation (Berlin: Springer-Verlag), pp. 78-104. [Reprinted in volume 1 of Gilbert, Nigel (ed.) Computational Social Science, Sage Benchmarks in Social Research Methods, 4 volumes (Sage).]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (1994) 'The Use of Evolutionary Algorithms in Economics: Metaphors or Models for Social Interaction?', in Hillebrand, Eva and Stender, Joachim (eds.) Many-Agent Simulation and Artificial Life, Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications Volume 25 (Amsterdam: IOS Press), pp. 48-83.

Other publications

  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (forthcoming) 'Agent-Based Modeling', in Spillman, Lynette (ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology (New York, NY: Oxford University Press).
  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (2012) 'How Do We Convince Agent Based Modelling Agnostics?', Religion, Brain and Behavior, 2(3), October, pp. 201-203. [Click on this link for online access via publisher]
  • Chattoe-Brown, Edmund (2011) 'Two Challenges in Simulating the Social Processes of Science', Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 14(4), October. [Click on this link to go to the article]
  • Chattoe, Edmund, Hickman, Matthew and Vickerman, Peter (2005) Drug Futures 2025? Modelling Drug Use (London: DTI Foresight/Office of Science and Technology). [Click on this link to go to the report]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (2003) The Evolution of Expectations in Boundedly Rational Agents, DPhil Thesis, University of Oxford. [Click on this link to access the thesis via academia.edu]
  • Chattoe, Edmund (1998) 'Virtual Urban Legends: Investigating the Ecology of the World Wide Web', presented at the conference IRISS '98 (Internet Research and Information for Social Scientists), Bristol, 25-27 March. [Click on this link to go to the article]

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