Publications

Forthcoming:

Silverman, E.  Methodological Investigations in Agent-Based Modelling – With Applications for the Social Sciences (book).  Springer, 2016.

2016:

Silverman, E., Geard, N. and Wood, I.  Job Insecurity in Academic Research Employment: An Agent-Based Model.  Proceedings of Alife XV: The 15th International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems.  MIT Press.

Courgeau, D., Bijak, J., Franck, R., and Silverman, E. Model-Based Demography: Towards a Research AgendaIn Agent-Based Modelling and Population Studies, Springer Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis.  Springer, 2016.

2015:

Silverman, E., Hilton, J., Noble, J., Bijak, J. Semi–Artificial Models of Populations: Connecting Demography with Agent–Based Modelling. In Chen, S., Terano, T., Yamamoto, R., and Chung-Ching, T. (editors), Advances in Computational Science: The Fourth World Congress. Springer Japan, Tokyo.

2014:

Courgeau, D., Bijak, J., Franck, R., and Silverman, E. (2014).  Are the Four Baconian Idols still alive in demography?  Revue Quetelet, 2(2): 31-59.

Bijak, J., Courgeau, D., Silverman, E., and Franck, R.  Quantifying Paradigm Change in Demography.  Demographic Research, 30(32): 911 – 924.

Silverman, E., Bijak, J., Courgeau, D., and Franck, R. Advancing Social Simulation: Lessons from Demography. In Sayama, H., Rieffel, J., Risi, S., Doursat, R., and Lipson, H. (eds.), Artificial Life 14: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

 

2013:

Silverman, E., Bijak, J., Hilton, J., Cao, V., and Noble, J.  When Demography Met Social Simulation: A Tale of Two Modelling Approaches.  Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 16 (4) 9.

Bijak, J., Courgeau, D., Silverman, E., and Franck, R. (2013).  Quantifying Paradigm Change in Demography.  Accepted to Chaire Quetelet 2013.

Courgeau, D., Bijak, J., Franck, R., and Silverman, E. (2013).  Are the four Baconian idols still alive in demography?  Accepted to Chaire Quetelet 2013.

Bijak, J., Hilton, J., Silverman, E., Cao, V. (2013).  Reforging the Wedding Ring: Exploring a Semi-Artificial Population Model for the United Kingdom with Gaussian Process Emulators.  Demographic Research, 29(27), p. 729 – 766.

Silverman, E., Hilton, J., Noble, J., and Bijak, J. (2013).  Simulating the cost of social care in an ageing population.  In Rekdalsbakken, W., Bye, R.T., Zhang, H. (editors), Proceedings of the 27th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation, p. 689 – 695.  Digitaldruck Pirrot, Dudweiler, Germany.

Bijak, J., Silverman, E.  Probability and Social Science. Methodological Relationships between the Two Approaches.  Population Studies, 67(1), 127-129.  (Preprint)

2012:

Silverman, E., Bijak, J., Noble, J., Cao, V., Hilton, J.  Semi-Artificial Models of Population: Connecting Demography with Agent-Based Modelling.  Accepted to the 4th World Congress on Social Simulation, Taipei, Taiwan, 4-7 September 2012.

Noble, J., Silverman, E., Bijak, J., Rossiter, S., Evandrou, M., Bullock, S., Vlachantoni, A., Falkingham, J. Linked lives: the utility of an agent-based approach to modelling partnership and household formation in the context of social care. In Laroque, C., Himmelspach, J., Pasupathy, R., Rose, O., and Uhrmacher, J.M. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2012 Winter Simulation Conference.

2011:

Silverman, E., and Ikegami, T. Defining Robustness in Artificial Life. International Journal of Bio-Inspired Computation, 3, pp. 179-186.

Brailsford, S., Silverman, E., Rossiter, S.  Complex systems modelling for supply and demand in health and social care.  In Jain, S., Creasey, R.R., Himmelspach, J., White, K.P., and Fu, M. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2011 Winter Simulation Conference.

Noble, J., Silverman, E., de Pinedo Garcia, M.  The explanatory value of some post-connectionist models.  Presented at Systematicity and the Post-Connectionist Era: Taking stock of the architecture of cognition, San Jose, Andalucia, Spain.

Efstathiou, S., Silverman, E.  Conceptual frameworks and interdisciplinarity: modelling ageing populations.  Presented at Third Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association, Athens, Greece.

Silverman, E., Bijak, J., Noble, J.  Feeding the Beast: Can Computational Demographic Models Free Us from the Tyranny of Data?  In Lenaerts, T., Giacobini, M., Bersini, H., Bourgine, P., Dorigo, M., and Doursat, R. (Eds.), Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011: Proceedings of the Eleventh European Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. [https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/full_pdfs/Advances_in_Artificial_Life_ECAL_2011.pdf]

Arranz, J., Noble, J., Silverman, E.  The origins of communication revisited.  In Lenaerts, T., Giacobini, M., Bersini, H., Bourgine, P., Dorigo, M., and Doursat, R. (Eds.), Advances in Artificial Life, ECAL 2011: Proceedings of the Eleventh European Conference on the Synthesis and Simulation of Living Systems. [https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/full_pdfs/Advances_in_Artificial_Life_ECAL_2011.pdf]

2009:

Silverman, E., Ikegami, T. Robustness and Artificial Life. Proceedings of the Complex 09 conference, Tokyo, Japan.

Hubert, J., Matsuda, E., Silverman, E and Ikegami, T. Robotic Approaches to the Study of Robustness. Proceedings of the Mobiligence 2009 Conference, Awaji, Japan.

2008:

Bullock, S., Silverman, E. Levins and the Legitimacy of Artificial Worlds. Presented at Epistemological Perspectives on Simulation, Lisbon, Portugal.

Silverman, E., Ikegami, T. Redefining Robustness (Abstract). In S. Bullock, J. Noble, R. A. Watson, and M. A. Bedau (Eds.) Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Artificial Life, p. 62, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. [http://www.mitpress.org/… last accessed 31/08/08].

Silverman, E., Ikegami, T. Dancing Robots: Form, Environment, and Context in Human-Robot Interaction (Abstract). In S. Bullock, J. Noble, R. A. Watson, and M. A. Bedau (Eds.) Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Artificial Life, p. 63, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
[http://www.mitpress.org/… last accessed 31/08/08].

2007:

Silverman, E., Bryden, J. From artificial societies to new social science theory. Almeida e Costa, F., Rocha, L.M., Costa, E., Harvey, I., and Coutinho, A. (editors) Advances in Artificial Life, 9th European Conference, ECAL 2007, Proceedings, 645-654.

2004:

Silverman, E., Bullock, S. Empiricism in artificial life. in: Pollack, J, Bedau, M, Husbands, P, Ikegami, T and Watson, R A (editors) Artificial Life IX: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems, pp. 534-539, MIT Press.

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