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David Hales

  • PhD
  • Manchester Metropolitan University
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Research interests

peer-to-peergroup selectionagent-based modellingcooperation theory

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)

Co-authors (31)

Publications (5)

  • Cooperation through the endogenous evolution of social structure

    • Hales D
    • Shutters S
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    1Citations
  • Socio-inspired ICT: Towards a socially grounded society-ICT symbiosis

    • Ferscha A
    • Farrahi K
    • van den Hoven J
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    7Citations
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  • Design Space Analysis for modeling incentives in distributed systems

    • Rahman R
    • Vinkó T
    • Hales D
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    24Citations
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  • Improving efficiency and fairness in P2P systems with effort-based incentives

    • Rahman R
    • Meulpolder M
    • Hales D
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    23Citations
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  • Economia della conoscenza, governo delle risorse umane e confini dell'impresa. Strategie organizzative emergenti in una simulazione ad agenti

    • Mollona E
    • Hales D
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Professional experience

Manchester Metropolitan University