1st Annual Conference on Complexity and Human Experience - Modeling Complexity in the Humanities and Social Sciences

May 30
• Dylan Savage: Modeling Music Performance – a Confluence of Complexity and Simplicity

• Patrick Grim, Aaron Bramson, Daniel J. Singer, Steven Fisher, Carissa Flocken and William Berger: The Role of Local and Global Perspectives in the Dynamics of Opinion Convergence and Polarization

• Aaron Bramson: Methods for Hypergraphs and k-Partite Graphs

• Rory Smead: Modeling Evolving Games

• Graham Sack: Simulating Plot: Towards a Generative Model of Narrative Structure

• Scott Weingart: Modeling the Republic of Letters

• Jeremy Throne: The Communications Circuit: Problems and Possibilities for an Agent Based Approach to Book History

• Stephen Crowley: Some Steps Toward the Simulation of Interdisciplinary Research

• Carlo Fabricatore and Ximena Lopez: Fostering Student Learning Using a Complexified Educational Strategy: A Case Study in Higher Education

• Thaer Jayyousi and Robert Reynolds: Bringing to Life an Ancient Urban Center at Monte Alban, Mexico: Exploiting the Synergy Between the Micro, Meso, and Macro Levels in a Complex System

May 31
• Josh Corman (Akamai Technologies): Rise of the Chaotic Actor: Adapting to the Age of Anonymous

• Liz Johnson and Michael Givel: Scientific Paradigms In US Policy Theory: Is It Time for Complexity Science?

• Jerome Sibayan: A Network Analysis of China's Central Committee: A Dynamical Theory of Policy Networks

• Patrick Grim, Daniel J. Singer, Christopher Reade, and Steven Fisher: Genes, Germs, and Memes: Function and Fitness Dynamics on Information Networks

• Daniel Singer: Modeling Peer Disagreement

• Marshall Abrams: Metaphor and Coherence: A Moderate Role for Cognitive Models in Agent-Based Simulation of Cultural Change

• Markus Christen: Population and Temptation Density Determine the Effect of Social Strategies on Moral Hypocrisy in a Virtual Society

• Rogier De Langhe: Modeling Scientific Revolutions

• Nicolas Payette: Science Is Evolving, and We Can Model It

June 1
• Ruth Poproski: Words With Friends: Simulating the Gricean Dynamic in Conversation

• Teresa Satterfield: East Coast 2062: A Predictive Model of Language Contact Outcomes in New York's 'City within a City'

• Gillian Crozier: Trills in Fields and Whistles in Forests: Modeling Cultural Selection in Bird Songs

• Marten Düring: Agent-based Modeling, Counterfactual Thinking and the Historical Method

• Cameron Gibelyou: Complexity in Big History

• Dana Downey: Social Network Interpretation among Arab Peer-Groups

• Stefano Giaimo: On the Evolution of Senescence in Finite Populations

• Martin Zwick: Complexity Theory & Political Change: Talcott Parsons Occupies Wall Street

• Amanda Andrei: Adaptation of Foodways and Indicators of Malnutrition: Philippines as a Case Study

• Johannes Eichstaedt: Computational Psychology and the World Well-Being Project: Tracking the Psychological States of Entire Populations through Social Media

• Russell Gonnering: Complexity of Content in a Large Commercial Electronic Medical Record System