David Hales PhD

Location
Delft, Netherlands
Discipline
Computer and Information Science
Interests
cooperation theory, agent-based modelling, group selection, peer-to-peer
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About

I received a BSc in Computer Science from Aston University and an MSc and a PhD from Essex University (under the supervision of Jim Doran). Until July 2001 I was a senior research officer in the area of Machine Learning and Data Mining at Essex University (with Paul Scott). From Sept 2001 until Jan 2002 I was a visiting scholar at the Italian National Research Council (CNR) in Rome working with Rosaria Conte's group. From Jan 2002 until Aug. 2003 I was a research fellow at the Centre for Policy Modelling (CPM) at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) working with Scott Moss and Bruce Edmonds. Between Jan. 2004 and Dec. 2007 I was based in the Dept. of Computer Science at the University of Bologna, Italy working in Ozalp Babaoglu's group on the DELIS project. Since Jan 2008 I have been here in Delft, Holland, working in the tribler.org team. I am currently working on the EU Project called QLectives (see hhtp://www.qlectives.eu)
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Publications

An Open Mind is not an Empty Mind: Experiments in the Meta-Noosphere

Hales D

Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (1998)

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How to cheat bittorrent and why nobody does

Hales D, Patarin S

University of Bologna, Italy, Tech. Rep. UBLCS-2005- … (2005)

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Computational simulation as theoretical experiment

Edmonds B, Hales D

The Journal of Mathematical Sociology (2005)

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Slacer: A self-organizing protocol for coordination in p2p networks

Hales D, Arteconi S

IEEE Intelligent Systems (2006)

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Slacer: A self-organizing protocol for coordination in peer-to-peer networks

Hales D, Arteconi S

IEEE Intelligent Systems (2006)

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Group reputation supports beneficent norms

Hales D

Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2002)

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Evolving specialisation, altruism, and group-level optimisation using tags

Hales D

Lecture notes in computer science (2003)

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Model-to-model analysis

Hales D, Rouchier J

Journal of Artificial … (2003)

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From Selfish Nodes to Cooperative Networks Emergent Link-based …

Hales D

Proc. of the 4th IEEE International Conference on Peer- … (2004)

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Evolving social rationality for MAS using tags

Hales D, Edmonds B

Proceedings of the second international joint … (2003)

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Applying a socially inspired technique (tags) to improve cooperation in P2P …

Hales D, Edmonds B

IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and … (2005)

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Cooperation without space or memory: Tags, groups and the prisoner's …

Hales D

Multi-Agent-Based Simulation. Lecture Notes in … (1979)

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Replication, replication and replication: Some hard lessons from model …

Edmonds B, Hales D

Journal of Artificial Societies and Social … (2003)

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An Open Mind is not an Empty Mind: Experiments in the Meta-Noosphere.

Hales D

J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (1998)

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Stereotyping, Groups and Cultural Evolution: A Case of

Hales D

MABS (1998)

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Selfish Memes and Selfless Agents - Altruism in the Swap Shop.

Hales D

ICMAS (1998)

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Cooperation without Memory or Space: Tags, Groups and the Prisoner's Dilemma.

Hales D

MABS (2000)

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Group Reputation Supports Beneficent Norms.

Hales D

J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2002)

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Searching for a Soulmate-Searching for Tag - Similar Partners Evolves and Supports Specialization in Groups.

Hales D

RASTA (2002)

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Evolving Specialisation, Altruism, and Group-Level Optimisation Using Tags.

Hales D

MABS (2002)

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Replication, Replication and Replication: Some hard lessons from model alignment.

Edmonds B, Hales D

J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2003)

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Editorial introduction: Model-to-Model Analysis.

Hales D, Rouchier J, Edmonds B

J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2003)

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Can Tags Build Working Systems? From MABS to ESOA.

Hales D, Edmonds B

Engineering Self-Organising Systems (2003)

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Evolving social rationality for MAS using "tags"

Hales D, Edmonds B

Proceedings of the second international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems - AAMAS '03 (2003)

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Multi-Agent-Based Simulation III, 4th International Workshop, MABS 2003, Melbourne, Australia, July 14th, 2003, Revised Papers

MABS (2003)

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When and Why Does Haggling Occur? Some Suggestions from a Qualitative but Computational Simulation of Negotiation.

Edmonds B, Hales D

J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (2004)

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From Selfish Nodes to Cooperative Networks -- Emergent Link-Based Incentives in Peer-to-Peer Networks.

Hales D

Peer-to-Peer Computing (2004)

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Applying a Socially Inspired Technique (Tags) to Improve Cooperation in P2P Networks

Hales D, Edmonds B

IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics - Part A: Systems and Humans (2005)

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Change Your Tags Fast! - A Necessary Condition for Cooperation?

Hales D

MABS (2004)

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Self-Organising, Open and Cooperative P2P Societies - From Tags to Networks.

Hales D

Engineering Self-Organising Systems (2004)

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Computational Sociology for Systems

Hales D, Patarin S

IEEE Distributed Systems Online (2005)

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Friends for Free: Self-Organizing Artificial Social Networks for Trust and Cooperation

Hales D, Arteconi S

CoRR (2005)

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Sociologically Inspired Approaches for Self-*: Examples and Prospects.

Hales D

Self-star Properties in Complex Information Systems (2005)

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Tag-Based Cooperation in Peer-to-Peer Networks with Newscast.

SOAS (2005)

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Engineering Self-Organising Systems

Hales D

Engineering Self-Organising Systems (2006)

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SLACER: Randomness to Cooperation in Peer-to-Peer Networks

2005 International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing (2005)

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Friends for Free: Self-Organizing Artificial Social Networks for Trust and Cooperation.

Hales D, Arteconi S

Algorithmic Aspects of Large and Complex Networks (2005)

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Towards automatic social bootstrapping of peer-to-peer protocols

ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review (2006)

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SLACER: A Self-Organizing Protocol for Coordination in Peer-to-Peer Networks.

Hales D, Arteconi S

IEEE Intelligent Systems (2006)

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Engineering Self-Organising Systems

ESOA (2007)

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Engineering Self-Organising Systems, Third International Workshop, ESOA 2005, Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 25, 2005, Revised Selected Papers

Engineering Self-Organising Systems (2006)

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BitTorrent or BitCrunch: Evidence of a Credit Squeeze in BitTorrent?

Hales D, Rahman R, Zhang B, Meulpolder M, Pouwelse J

2009 18th IEEE International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructures for Collaborative Enterprises (2009)

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Towards Cooperative, Self-Organised Replica Management.

Hales D, Marcozzi A, Cortese G

SASO (2007)

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Identifying Malicious Peers Before It's Too Late: A Decentralized Secure Peer Sampling Service.

Jesi G, Hales D, van Steen M

SASO (2007)

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Robust vote sampling in a P2P media distribution system

Rahman R, Hales D, Meulpolder M, Heinink V, Pouwelse J, Sips H

2009 IEEE International Symposium on Parallel & Distributed Processing (2009)

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Computational Sociology for Systems "In the Wild": The Case of BitTorrent

Hales D, Patarin S

IEEE Distributed Systems Online (2005)

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Preface to special issue on cooperation in selfish systems

Hales D, Edmonds B, Babaoglu O, Spirakis P

Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory (2009)

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Evolving social rationality for MAS using "tags"

Hales D, Edmonds B

International Conference on Autonomous Agents (2003)

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Evolving networks for social optima in the "weakest link game"

Rossi G, Arteconi S, Hales D

Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory (2009)

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Towards the evolution of social structure

Edmonds B, Norling E, Hales D

Computational & Mathematical Organization Theory (2009)

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Knowledge-Based Jobs and the Boundaries of Firms Agent-based Simulation of Firms Learning and Workforce Skill Set Dynamics

Mollona E, Hales D

Computational Economics (2006)

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Tag-Based Cooperation in Peer-to-Peer Networks with Newscast

Marcozzi A, Hales D, Jesi G, Arteconi S, Babaoglu O

Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications; Vol. 135 (2005)

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Mendeley Desktop (2009)

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