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Published Works of László Gulyás, February 2012

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Papers:	41		Cites/paper:	4.00	h-index:	7	AWCR:		22.58
Citations:	164	Cites/author:	76.48	g-index:	10	AW-index:	4.75
Years:	16		Papers/author:	17.38	hc-index:	5	AWCRpA:		10.27
Cites/year:	10.25	Authors/paper:	2.95	hI-index:	3.06	e-index:	6.86
hI,norm:	5	hm-index:	4.20
Query date: 2012-02-15

Hirsch a=3.35, m=0.44
Contemporary ac=3.60
Cites/paper 4.00/2.0/0 (mean/median/mode)
Authors/paper 2.95/3.0/multi (mean/median/mode)

List of Publications

Preprints available from the author upon request.

Popular Articles

[37]      László Gulyás: “Review of "Learning SIMUL8: The Complete Guide" (and SIMUL8 Version 6)”, Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, Vol. 6:3, 2003.

[38]      Gulyás-Zana László: “Agents on the Net”, In Hungarian, Mancs, October 22, pp.18-19.

[39]      Gulyás-Zana László: “Silicon Inplant”, In Hungarian, Mancs, October 22, 1998, p. 19.

[40]      Gulyás László: “Software Agent Knocks on the Door”, In Hungarian, BYTE Hungary, October 1998, pp. 52-53.

[41]      Gulyás László, Kozsik Tamás: “Virtual Field”, In Hungarian, Magyar Narancs, October 16, 1997, p. 31.

Selected Talks

[42]      László Gulyás: “Sciences of the Artificial: Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Life and Artificial Societies”, TIT Szentes, Hungary, November 21, 2005.

[43]      László Gulyás: “The Emergence of Zipf’s Law in a System of Cities: An Agent Based Simulation Approach”, Econometrics Seminar, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria, November 3, 2005.

[44]      László Gulyás: “Engineering Emergent Social Phenomena”, Talk at the Meeting of the Technical Group on Multi-Agent Resource Allocation, AgentLink-III, Budapest, Hungary, September 2005.

[45]      George Kampis, László Gulyás, Richárd Szabó: “Material Models of Mind – Squaring the Circle?”, Seminar in Bioinformatics, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Budapest, Hungary, May 27, 2005.

[46]      László Gulyás, Sándor Bartha, Tamás Kozsik, Róbert Szalai, Attila Korompai, Gábor Tatai: “The Multi-Agent Simulation Suite (MASS) and the Functional Agent-Based Language of Simulation (FABLES)”, SwarmFest 2005, Torino, Italy, June 5-7, 2005

[47]      László Gulyás: Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation”, Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica, Amsterdam, October 25, 2000.

[48]      Lars-Erik Cederman, László Gulyás: Computational Social Science: A Workshop on Agent-Based Modeling”, Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence, June 2, 2000.

[49]      Gulyás László: „Coordination in Multi-Agent Systems”, Philosophy of Science Seminar, History and Philosophy of Science Department, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest, April 10, 2000.

[50]      László Gulyás, Tamás Kozsik: The Multi-Agent Modeling Language and the Model Design Interface”, Villalago Group Meeting, University of Trento, Italy, June 14-15, 1999.

[51]      László Gulyás: „The History of Software Localization", Talk at the 2nd Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science, Szeged, Hungary, July 20-23, 2000.

[52]      Tatai Gábor, Gulyás László, Goldpergel Anita: „The (virtual) Venetian Merchant, or the Present, Past and Future of Agent Technology”, 7th Congress of the John von Neumann Computer Society, Eger, Hungary, June 21-23, 2000.

[53]      László Gulyás, László Láng, Ferenc Nagy, Péter Nagy, Máté Tejfel, Róbert Tenczer: „Practical Comparison of Mobile Software Systems”, 4th National Conference on Object-Oriented Systems, Budapest, Hungary, March 21-24, 2000.

[54]      Goldpergel Anita, Gulyás László: Agents’: The Reinvented Wheel, or Information There and Then, but Rather Autonomously”, IKTA Műhely, Dobogókő, Hungary, December 2-4, 1999.

[55]      László Gulyás, Tamás Kozsik: The Multi-Agent Modeling Language - An Effort to Create a High-Level Interface to Swarm”, SwarmFest 1999, Swarm User Meeting, UCLA, March 27-29, 1999.

[56]      Tamás Kozsik, László Gulyás: Cow - Not Chicken!”, Interactive Presentation at the INFOWAR '98, Ars Electronica, Budapest, 8-10. September, 1998.

Last Updated: 28-02-2012