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  • Agent-based models as behavioral laboratories for evolutionary anthropological research 

    Premo, Luke (Arizona Anthropologist, 2006)
    Agent-based models can provide paleoanthropologists with a view of behavioral dynamics and site formation processes as they unfold in digital caricatures of past societies and paleoenvironments. This paper argues that the ...
  • Making a Case for Agent-Based Modeling 

    Premo, Luke; Murphy, John T.; Scholnick, Jonathan B.; Gabler, Brandon M.; Beaver, Joseph E. (Society for Archaeological Sciences, 2005)
    Archaeologists’ knowledge of the past must rely on inference, often from scant material remains. Those of us who are not ethnoarchaeologists are denied the opportunity to directly observe our subjects: we can never watch ...