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Making a Case for Agent-Based Modeling
(Society for Archaeological Sciences, 2005)
Archaeologists’ knowledge of the past must rely on inference, often from scant material remains. Those of us who are not ethnoarchaeologists are denied the opportunity to directly observe our subjects: we can never watch ...
Cultural transmission and diversity in time-averaged assemblages
(Current Anthropology, 2014)
Anthropologists have adopted methods from population genetics to study modes of cultural transmission in time-transgressive cultural data sets. However, it remains unclear to what extent methods originally developed to ...