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Special Section on "Inverse Generative Social Science": Guest Editors’ Statement
   Joshua M. Epstein, Ivan Garibay, Erez Hatna, Matthew Koehler and William Rand

Inverse Generative Social Science: Backward to the Future
   Joshua M. Epstein

Generating Mixed Patterns of Residential Segregation: An Evolutionary Approach
   Chathika Gunaratne, Erez Hatna, Joshua M. Epstein and Ivan Garibay

Can Social Norms Explain Long-Term Trends in Alcohol Use? Insights from Inverse Generative Social Science
   Tuong Manh Vu, Charlotte Buckley, João A. Duro, Alan Brennan, Joshua M. Epstein and Robin C. Purshouse

Evolutionary Model Discovery of Human Behavioral Factors Driving Decision-Making in Irrigation Experiments
   Lux Miranda, Ozlem O. Garibay and Jacopo Baggio

Learning Interpretable Logic for Agent-Based Models from Domain Independent Primitives
   Rory Greig, Chris Major, Michalina Pacholska, Sebastian Bending and Jordi Arranz

Social Agents? A Systematic Review of Social Identity Formalizations
   Geeske Scholz, Nanda Wijermans, Rocco Paolillo, Martin Neumann, Torsten Masson, Émile Chappin, Anne Templeton and Geo Kocheril

Social Identity and Organizational Control: Results of an Agent-Based Simulation
   Friederike Wall

Dyadic Interaction Shapes Social Identity in the Axelrod Model Using Empirical Data
   Alejandro Dinkelberg, Pádraig MacCarron, Paul J. Maher, David JP O'Sullivan and Michael Quayle

The Role of Argument Strength and Informational Biases in Polarization and Bi-Polarization Effects
   Carlo Proietti and Davide Chiarella

Social Simulation Models as Refuting Machines
   Nicolas Mauhe, Luis R. Izquierdo and Segismundo S. Izquierdo

Corrigendum to 'Arguments as Drivers of Issue Polarisation in Debates Among Artificial Agents', Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 25 (1) 4, 2022
   Felix Kopecky

Current Issue

Volume 26
Issue 2
March 2023