EMCSR 2002 Program papers - mathematical anthropology see
  • program, second page
  • Panel_EMCSR.PDF
  • vanderLeeuw_EMCSR.PDF Why Model? S.E. van der Leeuw, Universite de Paris I, France
  • Leaf_EMSCR.PDF What is "Formal" Analysis M. Leaf, University of Texas, Dallas, USA
  • Read_EMCSR.PDF Mathematical Modeling Issues in Analytical Representations of Human Societies D. Read, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
  • Ballonoff_EMCSR.pdf Notes on the Progress of Cultural Theory P. Ballonoff, Ballonoff Consulting Service, Alexandria, Virginia, USA
  • Lehman_EMCSR.PDF On the Application of Discrete Mathematics to Questions in Anthropology F.K.L. Chit Hiaing, University of Illinois, Urbana, USA
  • Fischer_EMCSR.pdf Classification, Symbolic Representation and Ritual: Information vs. Meaning in Cultural Processes M. Fischer, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
  • White_EMCSR.PDF Network Analysis and Social Dynamics D.R. White, University of California, Irvine, USA
  • Jorion_EMCSR.PDF Accounting for Human Activity through Physics P. Jorion, Los Angeles, USA
  • Kronenfeld_EMCSR.PDF Culture and Society: The Role of Distributed Cognition D. Kronenfeld, University of California, Riverside, USA
  • Ezhkova_EMCSR_Final.PDF Challenges of Cultural Theory: Theory of Cognitive States I. Ezhkova, International Institute of Applied Technologies, Brussels, Belgium