|Present||Professor, Portland State University ‐ Systems Science|
Systems Theory and Philosophy (35)
Dynamics of Prebiotic RNA Reproduction Illuminated by Chemical Game Theory
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
Many origins-of-life scenarios depict a situation in which there are common and potentially scarce resources needed by molecules that compete ...
The Mechanisms of Information Integration in Experimental Prediction Markets
International Journal of Economics and Business Research (IJEBR) (2015)
The desire to understand the mechanisms of market information integration motivates this study. Large sample experimental prediction markets with varying ...
Exploring the Application of Reconstructability Analysis to Behavior Expression Data ...
Student Research Symposium (2013)
Reconstructability analysis (RA) is proposed as a complementary method for evaluating social network-related phenomena. Longitudinal records of social behavior expression ...
Complexity Theory & Political Change: Talcott Parsons Occupies Wall Street
Systems Science Faculty Publications and Presentations (2011)
Complexity theory can assist our understanding of social systems and social phenomena. This paper illustrates this assertion by linking Talcott ...
Simpson's Paradox Can Emerge from the N-Player Prisoner's ...
Proceedings of The World Congress of the Systems Sciences and ISSS 2000 (2000)
Simulations of the n-player Prisoner’s Dilemma in multiple populations reveal that Simpson’s paradox can emerge in such game-theoretic situations. The ...