Some Agent Reading

Came across a review of two archaeological books, in the Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulations. The journal, by the way, should be required reading for anyone interested in the power of agent modeling for exploring human societies, whether in the past, present or future. Anywhoo, the two books under review are: Socialising Complexity: Approaches to Power and Interaction in Archaeological Discourse Kohring, Sheila, Wynne-Jones, Stephanie (Eds.) Oxbow Books Ltd: Oxford, UK, 2007 ISBN 1842172948 (pb) The Model-Based Archaeology of Socionatural Systems Kohler, Timothy A., and van der Leeuw, Sander E. (Eds.) SAR Press: Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2007 … Continue reading Some Agent Reading