Drozdova, K. and R. Popp, "Enhancing C4I Systems with Actionable Human Terrain Knowledge",
Proceedings of the 2008 Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) - George Mason University (GMU) Symposium on "Critical Issues in C4I" (Command, Control, Communications, Computing, and Intelligence), Washington, DC, 2008.
Drozdova, K. and J. Kunz, “Crystal Ball: Quantitatively Estimating Impacts of Probes and Interventions on an Enemy Organization,”
in Information Warfare and Organizational Decision-Making, ed. A. Kott, Artech House Publishers, 2007.
Drozdova, K., “Dark Memories: A brief history of Soviet torturers and assassins, some of whom had second thoughts,”
Hoover Digest, 2007(3).
Drozdova, K., “Subversive Networks Then and Now: Comparing Terrorist and Espionage Operations toward Threat Prevention,”
Proceedings of the North American Association for Computational Social and Organization Sciences (NAACSOS) Annual Conference, 2007.
Kuznar, L. A. and J. Lutz, “Risk Sensitivity and Terrorism,”
Political Studies, 55(2):341-361, 2007.
Kuznar, L. A., “Ensemble Computing in Agent-Based Modeling for Transcending Paradigmatic Boundaries in Decision Theory:
Understanding Tribal Politics,” Proceedings of the Agent 2007 Conference, pp. 433-442, 2007.
Kuznar, L. A., “Rationality Wars and the War on Terror: Explaining Terrorism and Social Unrest,”
American Anthropologist, 109(2):318-329, 2007
Kuznar, L.A. and W.G. Frederick, “Simulating the Effect of Nepotism on Political Risk Taking and Social Unrest,”
Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 13:29-37, 2007.
Drozdova, K., J. Kunz and R.E. Levitt, “Organizational Complexity and Resilience: Implications for National Security Issues,”
Proceedings of the North American Association for Computational Social and Organization Sciences (NAACSOS) Annual Conference, 2006.
Haimson, C., and S. Lovell, “Pattern Recognition for Cognitive Performance Modeling,”
Proceedings of the 2006 AAAI Fall Symposium Series. Arlington, VA. 2006.
Kuznar, L.A. and S. Sanderson, “Cultural Materialism: Potential and Challenges,”
in Studying Societies and Cultures: Marvin Harris’s Cultural Materialism and Its Legacy,
Ed. L. A. Kuznar and S. Sanderson, pp. 1-19. Pergamon Press, Boulder, Colorado, 2006.
Kuznar, L.A., W. G. Frederick, and R. Sedlmeyer, “Simulating the Evolution of Cultural Complexity,”
in Studying Societies and Cultures: Marvin Harris’s Cultural Materialism and Its Legacy,
Ed. L. A. Kuznar and S. Sanderson, pp. 168-179. Pergamon Press, Boulder, Colorado, 2006.
Lovell, S. and C. Haimson, “Automated Team Performance Measurement in a Multiplayer Game,”
Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation. Baltimore, MD, 2006.
Lovell, S., and W. Stacy, “Using an Ontology for Knowledge Acquisition – An Approach to Improving Human Behavior Representations,”
Proceedings of the 2006 AAAI Conference. Boston, MA, 2006.
Lovell, S., G. Levchuk, and M. Linegang, “An Agent-based Approach to Evaluating the Impact of Technology on C2,”
Proceedings of the 2006 Command and Control Research and Technology Symposiu,. San Diego, CA, 2006.
Popp, R. and J. Poindexter, “Countering Terrorism through Information and Privacy Protection Technologies,”
IEEE Security and Privacy, IEEE Computer Society, vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 18-27, Nov/Dec, 2006.
Popp, R.L. and J. Yen, eds., Emergent Information Technologies and Enabling Policies for Counter-Terrorism,
Wiley-IEEE Press, Jun. 2006.
Lovell, S., and J. Melhuish, “An Agent-control System Approach to Analyze Various Driving Behaviors,”
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society 49th Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, 2005.
Popp, R., “Utilizing Social Science Technology to Understand and Counter the 21st Century Strategic Threat,”
IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 77-79, Sept/Oct, 2005.
Yen, J. and R. Popp, “AI Technologies for Homeland Security,”
AI Magazine: 2005 AAAI Spring Symposium Series, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 87–92, Apr 2005.
Yen, J., R. Popp, G. Cybenko, K.A. Taipale, L. Sweeney and P. Rosenzweig, “Homeland Security,”
IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 76–86., Sept./Oct. 2005.
Bienenstock, E.J. and A. J. Bianchi, “Activating Performance Expectations and Status Difference through Gift Exchange:
Experimental Results,” Social Psychology Quarterly, Vol. 67, No. 3, pp. 310-318, Sep. 2004.
Bienenstock, E.J. and M. McBride, “Explication of the Cultural Transmission Model,”
American Sociological Review, Vol. 69, No. 1, pp. 138-143, Feb. 2004.
Govil, V., S. Lovell, P. Suresh, Q. Wu., and G. Yang, “A High-Resolution Wide-Screen Display for Simulators and Virtual Reality,”
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society 48th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 2004.
Popp, R., T. Armour, T. Senator and K. Numrych, “Countering Terrorism through Information Technology,”
Communications of the ACM, vol. 47, no. 3, pp. 36–43, Mar 2004.
Bienenstock, E.J. and P. Bonacich, “Balancing Efficiency and Vulnerability in Social Networks”
in Dynamic Social Network Modeling and Analysis: Summary and Papers, eds. R. Breiger, K. Carley and P. Pattison,
The National Academies Press, Washington D. C, 2003.
Drozdova, K. and M. Samoilov, “Security and Liberty: How to Protect the Nation Against Terrorism Without Sacrificing our Liberty,”
Hoover Digest, 2002(1).
Drozdova, K., “Dealing with Low-Tech Terrorist Communications in the Hi-Tech Age: Toward a Theory of Fault-Intolerant
Network Organizations,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, 2002.
Astorino-Courtois, A. and B. Trusty, “Degrees of Difficulty: The effect of Israeli policy shifts on Syrian peace decisions,”
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 44(3), pp. 359-377, 2000.
Astorino-Courtois, A., “Can peace be marketed? A preliminary analysis of Israelis and Palestinians,”
Conflict Management and Peace Science, 18(1), 2000.
Astorino-Courtois, A., “The effects of Stakes and Threat on Foreign Policy Decision Making,”
Political Psychology, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 489-510, Sep. 2000.
Pattipati, K., R. Popp and T. Kirubajardan, “Survey of Assignment Techniques for Multi-Target Tracking,”
in Multitarget/Multisensor Tracking: Advances and Applications Vol III, eds. D. Blair and Y. Bar-Shalom, Artech House, pp. 77–160, 2000.
Popp, R., K. Pattipati and Y. Bar-Shalom, “m-best SD Assignment Algorithm for Data Association,”
IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 22-39, Jan 2000.
Johnson, J. H., Jr., E. J. Bienenstock and W. C. Farrell Jr, “Bridging Social Networks and Female Labor Force
Participation in a Multi-ethnic Metropolis.,”,
Urban Geography, pp.3-30, 1999.
Popp, R., K. Pattipati and Y. Bar-Shalom, “Distributed- and Shared-Memory Parallelizations of Assignment-Based Data Association
for Multi-target Tracking,” Annals of Operations Research: Special Issue on Parallel Optimization, Vol. 90, pp. 293–322, Sept 1999.
Popp, R., K. Pattipati and Y. Bar-Shalom, “Dynamically Adaptable m-Best 2D Assignment Algorithm and Multi-Level Parallelization,”
IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Vol. 35, No. 4, pp. 1145–1160, Oct 1999.
Stoloff, J.A., J. L. Glanville, and E. J. Bienenstock, “Woman's Participation in the Labor Force: The Role of Social Networks.”
Social Networks, Vol. 21(1), pp. 91-108, 1999.
Astorino-Courtois, A., “Clarifying Decisions: Assessing the Impact of Decision Structures on Foreign Policy
Choices during the 1970 Jordanian Civil War,” International Studies Quarterly, 42, pp. 733-754, 1998.
Bienenstock, E.J. and P. Bonacich, “Network Exchange as a Cooperative Game,”
Rationality and Society, Vol. 9(1), pp. 37-65, 1997.
Bonacich, P. and E. J. Bienenstock, “Latent Classes in Exchange Networks: Sets of Positions with Common Interest,”
Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Vol. 22(1), pp. 1-28, 1997.
Bonacich, P. and E. J. Bienenstock, “Strategy in Exchange Networks: Exploitation versus Accommodation,”
in Status, Networks and Structure: Theory Development in Group Processes, ed. J. Szmatka, J. Skvoretz and J. Berger,
Stanford University Press, 1997.
Kuznar, L.A., Reclaiming a Scientific Anthropology,
AltaMira Press, division of Sage, Walnut Grove, CA, 1997.
Popp, R., K. Pattipati, Y. Bar-Shalom and R. Ammar, “Shared-Memory Parallelization of the Data Association Problem in Multi-target Tracking,”
IEEE Trans. Parallel and Distributed Systems, Vol. 8, No. 10, pp. 993–1005, Oct 1997.
Popp, R., K. Pattipati, Y. Bar-Shalom and M. Yeddanapudi, “Parallelization of a Multiple Model Multi-target Tracking Algorithm
with Super-linear Speedups,” IEEE Trans. Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 281–290, Jan 1997.
Astorino-Courtois, A., “Transforming International Agreements into National Realities: Marketing Arab-Israeli Peace in Jordan,”
The Journal of Politics, 58(4), pp. 1035-1054, 1996.
Bonacich, P. and E. J. Bienenstock, “When Rationality Fails: Unstable Exchange Networks With Empty Cores,”
Rationality and Society, Vol. 7(3), pp. 293-320, 1995.
Johnson, J. H., Jr., E. J. Bienenstock, and J. A. Stoloff, “An Empirical Test of the Cultural Capital Hypothesis,”
The Review of Black Political Economy, Vol. 23(4), pp. 1-27, 1995.
Bienenstock, E. J. and P. Bonacich, “Game Theory Models for Exchange Networks: Experimental Results,”
Sociological Perspectives, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 117-135, 1993.
Bonacich, P. and E. J. Bienenstock, “Assignment Games, Chromatic Number, and Exchange Theory,”
Journal of Mathematical Sociology, Vol. 17, pp. 243-259, 1993.
Bienenstock, E. J. and P. Bonacich, “The Core as a Solution to Negatively Connected Exchange Networks,”
Social Networks, Vol. 14, pp. 231-243, 1992.
Bienenstock, E. J., P. Bonacich, and M. L. Oliver, “The Effect of Network Density and Homogeneity on Attitude Polarization,”
Social Networks, Vol. 12, pp. 153-172, 1990.