Simon Carrignon
Simon Carrignon
McDonald Institute for Archaeology, University of Cambridge
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Formal modelling approaches to complexity science in Roman studies: a manifesto
T Brughmans, J Hanson, M Mandich, I Romanowska, X Rubio-Campillo, ...
Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal 2 (1), 1-19, 2019
Behavioral specialization in embodied evolutionary robotics: Why so difficult?
JM Montanier, S Carrignon, N Bredeche
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 3, 38, 2016
Modelling rapid online cultural transmission: evaluating neutral models on Twitter data with approximate Bayesian computation
S Carrignon, RA Bentley, D Ruck
Palgrave Communications 5 (1), 1-9, 2019
Tableware trade in the Roman East: Exploring cultural and economic transmission with agent-based modelling and approximate Bayesian computation
S Carrignon, T Brughmans, I Romanowska
PloS one 15 (11), e0240414, 2020
A study of the centuries-long reliance on local ceramics in Jerash through full quantification and simulation
I Romanowska, T Brughmans, P Bes, S Carrignon, L Egelund, ...
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 29 (1), 31-49, 2022
Modelling the co-evolution of trade and culture in past societies
S Carrignon, JM Montanier, X Rubio-Campillo
2015 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC), 3949-3960, 2015
Representations to go: learning robotics, learning by robotics
I Gaudiello, E Zibetti, S Carrignon
Workshop Proceedings of Intl. Conf. on Simulation, Modeling and Programming …, 2010
A cultural evolutionary theory that explains both gradual and punctuated change
B Vidiella, S Carrignon, RA Bentley, MJ O’Brien, S Valverde
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 19 (196), 20220570, 2022
Improving pandemic mitigation policies across communities through coupled dynamics of risk perception and infection
MJ Silk, S Carrignon, RA Bentley, NH Fefferman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1955), 20210834, 2021
Neutral models are a tool, not a syndrome
RA Bentley, S Carrignon, DJ Ruck, S Valverde, MJ O’Brien
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (7), 807-808, 2021
How social learning shapes the efficacy of preventative health behaviors in an outbreak
S Carrignon, RA Bentley, M Silk, NH Fefferman
Plos one 17 (1), e0262505, 2022
Observations and conversations: how communities learn about infection risk can impact the success of non-pharmaceutical interventions against epidemics
MJ Silk, S Carrignon, RA Bentley, NH Fefferman
BMC Public Health 22, 1-12, 2022
Machine learning for rediscovering revolutionary ideas of the past
RA Bentley, J Borycz, S Carrignon, DJ Ruck, MJ O’Brien
Adaptive Behavior 30 (3), 279-286, 2022
Evolution of heterogeneous cellular automata in fluctuating environments
D Medernach, S Carrignon, R Doursat, T Kowaliw, J Fitzgerald, C Ryan
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings, 216-223, 2016
ACACIA-ES: an agent-based modeling and simulation tool for investigating social behaviors in resource-limited two-dimensional environments
E Zibetti, S Carrignon, N Bredeche
Mind & Society, 1-22, 2015
Benefits of proportionate selection in embodied evolution: a case study with behavioural specialization
N Bredeche, JM Montanier, S Carrignon
Proceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companion …, 2017
Estimating two key dimensions of cultural transmission from archaeological data
S Carrignon, RA Bentley, MJ O'Brien
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 72, 101545, 2023
Copying of economic strategies in eastern Mediterranean inter-regional tableware trade
S Carrignon, T Brughmans, I Romanowska, T Brughmans, A Wilson
Simulating Roman Economies: Theories, Methods, and Computational Models, 144, 2022
Agent-based modelling simulation of consumer preferences in ancient Jerash. Zenodo
I Romanowska, S Carrignon
Evolutionary adaptation of a population of robots: benefits and issues of the evo-devo approach. An answer to Y. Jin and Y. Meng: Evolutionary Developmental Robotics–The Next …
N Bredeche, JM Montanier, S Carrignon
Newsletter of the Autonomous Mental Development Technical Committee 8 (2), 8-9, 2011
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