CASOS Working PAPERS
[1] Marcelo Cataldo; Kathleen M. Carley; Linda Argote. The effect of personnel selection schemes on knowledge transfer.
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[2] Kathleen M. Carley. Adaptive organizations and emergent forms.
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[3] Kathleen M. Carley. Information security: The human perspective. 2000.
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[4] Kathleen M. Carley; David Krackhardt. A typology for network measures for organizations.
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[5] Kathleen M. Carley. Intra-organizational computation and complexity.
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[6] Eleanor T. Lewis; Kathleen M. Carley. Entrepreneurial culture and narratives of self-experience (tentative title).
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[7] Bonnie Anderson. Determining factors in the usage of software applications by end users in a not-for-profit environment. 2000.
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[8] Benoit Morel. The distribution of business firms size,stochasticities, and self-organized criticality.
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[9] Kathleen M. Carley. Validating computational models. 1996.
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[10] David Krackhardt; Kathleen M. Carley. Pcans model of structure in organizations.
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[11] Ashish Arora; Greg Cooper; Ramayya Krishnan; Rema Padman; Rudy Setiawan; Kevin Teo. Brokering custom-built information products: The ibiza project.
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[12] Brian S. Butler. Communication cost, belief development, and structural change: A dynamic model of networked communities of practice. 2000.
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[13] Greg D. Adams. Beyond control: A model of parties as complex adaptive systems.
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[14] Ashish Arora; Vidyanad Choudhary; Karthik Kannan; Ramayya Krishnan; Rema Padman. On analyzing interactions in a software agent marketplace.
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[15] Eleanor T. Lewis; Jana Diesner; Kathleen M. Carley. Using automated text analysis to study self-presentation strategies. 2001.
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[16] Roberto A. Weber. Uncommon knowledge: Behavior and learning in the dirty faces game. 2000.
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[17] Roberto A. Weber. Organizational growth and coordination problems: An experimental study. 2000.
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[18] Roberto A. Weber. Growth as a solution to coordination failure in the minimum effort game. 2000.
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[19] Roberto A. Weber; Yuval Rottenstreich; Colin Camerer; Marc Knez. The illusion of leadership: Misattribution of cause in coordination games. 1999.
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[20] Roberto A. Weber. 'learning' with no feedback in a competitive guessing game. 2000.
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[21] Carter Butts. An axiomatic approach to network complexity. 1999.
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[22] Carter Butts. Network inference, error, and informant (in)accuracy: A bayesian approach. 2000.
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[23] Colin F. Camerer; Robero A. Weber; Marc Knez. Timing and virtual observability in ultimatum bargaining and 'weak link' coordination games. 1996.
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