Most cited articles

This is a list of the top fifty JASSS articles that are cited by other JASSS articles.

  1. Rainer Hegselmann and Ulrich Krause (2002)
    'Opinion Dynamics and Bounded Confidence Models, Analysis and Simulation' (cited 63 times)

  2. Guillaume Deffuant, Frederic Amblard and Gérard Weisbuch (2002)
    'How Can Extremism Prevail? a Study Based on the Relative Agreement Interaction Model' (cited 37 times)

  3. Paul Windrum, Giorgio Fagiolo and Alessio Moneta (2007)
    'Empirical Validation of Agent-Based Models: Alternatives and Prospects' (cited 27 times)

  4. Matteo Richiardi, Roberto Leombruni, Nicole J. Saam and Michele Sonnessa (2006)
    'A Common Protocol for Agent-Based Social Simulation' (cited 26 times)

  5. Joshua M. Epstein (2008)
    'Why Model?' (cited 24 times)

  6. Bruce Edmonds and David Hales (2003)
    'Replication, Replication and Replication: Some Hard Lessons from Model Alignmen' (cited 24 times)

  7. Riccardo Boero and Flaminio Squazzoni (2005)
    'Does Empirical Embeddedness Matter? Methodological Issues on Agent-Based Models for Analytical Social Science' (cited 24 times)

  8. Scott Moss (2007)
    'Alternative Approaches to the Empirical Validation of Agent-Based Models' (cited 22 times)

  9. Olivier Barreteau (2003)
    'Our Companion Modelling Approach' (cited 22 times)

  10. Jan C. Thiele, Winfried Kurth and Volker Grimm (2014)
    'Facilitating Parameter Estimation and Sensitivity Analysis of Agent-Based Models: A Cookbook Using NetLogo and 'R'' (cited 20 times)

  11. Gary Polhill, Dawn C. Parker, Daniel Brown and Volker Grimm (2008)
    'Using the ODD Protocol for Describing Three Agent-Based Social Simulation Models of Land-Use Change' (cited 17 times)

  12. Uri Wilensky and William Rand (2007)
    'Making Models Match: Replicating an Agent-Based Model' (cited 16 times)

  13. Andreas Flache, Michael Mäs, Thomas Feliciani, Edmund Chattoe-Brown, Guillaume Deffuant, Sylvie Huet and Jan Lorenz (2017)
    'Models of Social Influence: Towards the Next Frontiers' (cited 16 times)

  14. José Manuel Galán and Luis R. Izquierdo (2005)
    'Appearances Can Be Deceiving: Lessons Learned Re-Implementing Axelrod's 'Evolutionary Approach to Norms'' (cited 15 times)

  15. Guillaume Deffuant (2006)
    'Comparing Extremism Propagation Patterns in Continuous Opinion Models' (cited 14 times)

  16. David Hales, Juliette Rouchier and Bruce Edmonds (2003)
    'Model-To-Model Analysis' (cited 14 times)

  17. Guus ten Broeke, George van Voorn and Arend Ligtenberg (2016)
    'Which Sensitivity Analysis Method Should I Use for My Agent-Based Model?' (cited 14 times)

  18. Gary Polhill, Luis R. Izquierdo and Nicholas M. Gotts (2004)
    'The Ghost in the Model (and Other Effects of Floating Point Arithmetic)' (cited 14 times)

  19. Andreas Flache and Rainer Hegselmann (1998)
    'Understanding Complex Social Dynamics: a Plea for Cellular Automata Based Modelling' (cited 13 times)

  20. Laurent Salzarulo (2006)
    'A Continuous Opinion Dynamics Model Based on the Principle of Meta-Contrast' (cited 13 times)

  21. Volker Grimm, Steven F. Railsback, Christian E. Vincenot, Uta Berger, Cara Gallagher, Donald L. DeAngelis, Bruce Edmonds, Jiaqi Ge, Jarl Giske, Jürgen Groeneveld, Alice S.A. Johnston, Alexander Milles, Jacob Nabe-Nielsen, Gary Polhill, Viktoriia Radchuk, Marie-Sophie Rohwäder, Richard A. Stillman, Jan C. Thiele and Daniel Ayllón (2020)
    'The ODD Protocol for Describing Agent-Based and Other Simulation Models: A Second Update to Improve Clarity, Replication, and Structural Realism' (cited 12 times)

  22. Tatiana Filatova, Dawn C. Parker and Anne van der Veen (2009)
    'Agent-Based Urban Land Markets: Agent's Pricing Behavior, Land Prices and Urban Land Use Change' (cited 12 times)

  23. Ju-Sung Lee, Tatiana Filatova, Arika Ligmann-Zielinska, Behrooz Hassani-Mahmooei, Forrest Stonedahl, Iris Lorscheid, Alexey Voinov, Gary Polhill, Zhanli Sun and Dawn C. Parker (2015)
    'The Complexities of Agent-Based Modeling Output Analysis' (cited 12 times)

  24. José Manuel Galán, Luis R. Izquierdo, Segismundo S. Izquierdo, José Ignacio Santos, Ricardo del Olmo, Adolfo López-Paredes and Bruce Edmonds (2009)
    'Errors and Artefacts in Agent-Based Modelling' (cited 12 times)

  25. Patrick D'aquino, Christophe Le Page, François Bousquet and Alassane Bah (2003)
    'Using Self-Designed Role-Playing Games and a Multi-Agent System to Empower a Local Decision-Making Process for Land Use Management: the SelfCormas Experiment in Senegal' (cited 11 times)

  26. Stefania Bandini, Sara Manzoni and Giuseppe Vizzari (2009)
    'Agent Based Modeling and Simulation: An Informatics Perspective' (cited 11 times)

  27. Olivier Barreteau, François Bousquet and Jean-Marie Attonaty (2001)
    'Role-Playing Games for Opening the Black Box of Multi-Agent Systems: Method and Lessons of Its Application to Senegal River Valley Irrigated Systems' (cited 11 times)

  28. Bruce Edmonds, Christophe Le Page, Mike Bithell, Edmund Chattoe-Brown, Volker Grimm, Ruth Meyer, Cristina Montañola-Sales, Paul Ormerod, Hilton Root and Flaminio Squazzoni (2019)
    'Different Modelling Purposes' (cited 10 times)

  29. Andreas Flache and Rainer Hegselmann (2001)
    'Do Irregular Grids Make a Difference? Relaxing the Spatial Regularity Assumption in Cellular Models of Social Dynamics' (cited 10 times)

  30. Pawel Sobkowicz (2009)
    'Modelling Opinion Formation with Physics Tools: Call for Closer Link with Reality' (cited 10 times)

  31. Cristiano Castelfranchi, Rosaria Conte and Mario Paolucci (1998)
    'Normative Reputation and the Costs of Compliance' (cited 10 times)

  32. Segismundo S. Izquierdo, Luis R. Izquierdo and Nicholas M. Gotts (2008)
    'Reinforcement Learning Dynamics in Social Dilemmas' (cited 10 times)

  33. Hugues Bersini (2012)
    'UML for ABM' (cited 10 times)

  34. Diemo Urbig, Jan Lorenz and Heiko Herzberg (2008)
    'Opinion Dynamics: the Effect of the Number of Peers Met at Once' (cited 9 times)

  35. Brian Heath, Raymond Hill and Frank Ciarallo (2009)
    'A Survey of Agent-Based Modeling Practices (January 1998 to July 2008)' (cited 9 times)

  36. Matthias Meyer, Iris Lorscheid and Klaus G. Troitzsch (2009)
    'The Development of Social Simulation as Reflected in the First Ten Years of JASSS: a Citation and Co-Citation Analysis' (cited 9 times)

  37. Scott Moss (1998)
    'Critical Incident Management: an Empirically Derived Computational Model' (cited 9 times)

  38. Michael Agar (2004)
    'Agents in Living Color: Towards Emic Agent-Based Models' (cited 8 times)

  39. Juliette Rouchier, Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, Gary Polhill and Keiki Takadama (2008)
    'Progress in Model-To-Model Analysis' (cited 8 times)

  40. Bernd-O. Heine, Matthias Meyer and Oliver Strangfeld (2005)
    'Stylised Facts and the Contribution of Simulation to the Economic Analysis of Budgeting' (cited 8 times)

  41. Oliver Will and Rainer Hegselmann (2008)
    'A Replication That Failed - on the Computational Model in 'Michael W. Macy and Yoshimichi Sato: Trust, Cooperation and Market Formation in the U.S. and Japan. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 2002'' (cited 8 times)

  42. Juan Carlos González-Avella, Mario G. Cosenza, Konstantin Klemm, Víctor M. Eguíluz and Maxi San Miguel (2007)
    'Information Feedback and Mass Media Effects in Cultural Dynamics' (cited 8 times)

  43. Rosaria Conte and Mario Paolucci (2001)
    'Intelligent Social Learning' (cited 8 times)

  44. Cynthia Nikolai and Gregory Madey (2009)
    'Tools of the Trade: A Survey of Various Agent Based Modeling Platforms' (cited 8 times)

  45. Tina Balke and Nigel Gilbert (2014)
    'How Do Agents Make Decisions? A Survey' (cited 8 times)

  46. Margaret Edwards, Sylvie Huet, François Goreaud and Guillaume Deffuant (2003)
    'Comparing an Individual-Based Model of Behaviour Diffusion with Its Mean Field Aggregate Approximation' (cited 7 times)

  47. Jule Thober, Birgit Müller, Jürgen Groeneveld and Volker Grimm (2017)
    'Agent-Based Modelling of Social-Ecological Systems: Achievements, Challenges, and a Way Forward' (cited 7 times)

  48. Stephen Younger (2005)
    'Discrete Agent Simulations of the Effect of Simple Social Structures on the Benefits of Resource Sharing' (cited 7 times)

  49. Marco A. Janssen (2009)
    'Understanding Artificial Anasazi' (cited 7 times)

  50. Nigel Gilbert, Petra Ahrweiler, Pete Barbrook-Johnson, Kavin Preethi Narasimhan and Helen Wilkinson (2018)
    'Computational Modelling of Public Policy: Reflections on Practice' (cited 7 times)

Calculated on 07 July 2022 16:28