Sean Bergin
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Towards a community framework for agent-based modelling
MA Janssen, LN Alessa, M Barton, S Bergin, A Lee
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 11 (2), 6, 2008
Land use, water and Mediterranean landscapes: modelling long-term dynamics of complex socio-ecological systems
CM Barton, II Ullah, S Bergin
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2010
Looking for the future in the past: Long-term change in socioecological systems
CM Barton, IIT Ullah, SM Bergin, H Mitasova, H Sarjoughian
Ecological Modelling 241, 42-53, 2012
Modeling initial Neolithic dispersal. The first agricultural groups in West Mediterranean
JB Aubán, CM Barton, SP Gordó, SM Bergin
Ecological Modelling 307, 22-31, 2015
A computational model library for publishing model documentation and code
ND Rollins, CM Barton, S Bergin, MA Janssen, A Lee
Environmental Modelling & Software 61, 59-64, 2014
Experimental socioecology: Integrative science for anthropocene landscape dynamics
CM Barton, IIT Ullah, SM Bergin, HS Sarjoughian, GR Mayer, ...
Anthropocene 13, 34-45, 2016
The effect of terrain on Neanderthal ecology in the Levant
DO Henry, M Belmaker, SM Bergin
Quaternary International 435, 94-105, 2017
The origins of agriculture in Iberia: a computational model
SP Gordó, JB Aubán, OG Puchol, M Barton, SM Bergin
Documenta Praehistorica 42, 117–131-117–131, 2015
Modeling the consequences of village site location: Least cost path modeling in a coupled GIS and agent-based model of village agropastoralism in eastern Spain
II Ullah, SM Bergin
Least cost analysis of social landscapes: Archaeological case studies, 155-173, 2012
Alternative stories of agricultural origins: The neolithic spread in the iberian peninsula
S Pardo-Gordó, SM Bergin, JB Aubán, CM Barton
Times of Neolithic transition along the Western Mediterranean, 101-131, 2017
Reconstructing early neolithic social and economic organization through spatial analysis at Ayn Abu Nukhayla, Southern Jordan
DO Henry, S Kadowaki, SM Bergin
American antiquity 79 (3), 401-424, 2014
Resiliencia y cambio durante el Holoceno en La Canal de Navarrés (Valencia): recientes trabajos de prospección
A DIEZ-CASTILLO, O García-Puchol, J BERNABEU, CM Barton, ...
Arch. Prehist. Levantina 31, 169-185, 2016
MedLanD Modeling Laboratory v. 1 (Version 1.1. 0), CoMSES Computational Model Library
CM Barton, I Ullah, G Mayer, S Bergin, H Sarjoughian, H Mitasova
Tracing floors and fills in Early Neolithic Pithouses: an example from the excavation of Ayn Abū Nukhayla, Southern Jordan
DO Henry, S Bergin, S Kadowaki
Between Sand and Sea: The Archaeology and Human Ecology of Southwestern Asia …, 2011
Mechanisms and models of agropastoral spread during the Neolithic in the West Mediterranean: the Cardial spread model
SM Bergin
Arizona State University, 2016
The effect of terrain on Neanderthal ecology in the Levant
DO Henry, M Belmaker, SM Bergin
Quaternary International 30, 1e12, 2015
A multi-method approach with machine learning to evaluating the distribution and intensity of prehistoric land use in Eastern Iberia
W Cegielski, G Snitker, CM Barton, JB Aubán, A Cortell-Nicolau, ...
Quaternary International 677, 78-94, 2023
The essential geography of the impresso-cardial neolithic spread
S Bergin
Simulating Transitions to Agriculture in Prehistory, 29-46, 2022
Publishing model documentation and code: The CoMSES net computational model library
ND Rollins, CM Barton, S Bergin, MA Janssen, A Lee
Center for the Study of Institutional Diversity, Arizona State University, 2013
Drivers of large mammal distribution: an overview and modelling approach for palaeoecological reconstructions of extinct ecosystems
CF Brooke, CW Marean, CD Wren, S Bergin, BP Fahey, JA Venter
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 141 (3), 307-322, 2024
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