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Copies held in Lancashire Record Office and British Library
John Benjamin 1049 Gotts in Tree #83
Musical with a book by Maureen Chadwick and Ann McManus
Written and published by Enid M Gotts, Dunedin, New Zealand in 1942
Tree: This is Enid Mary b 1908 in Camberwell,
Gotts, N.M. and Polhill, J.G. (2011) Size matters: large-scale replications of experiments with FEARLUS. Advances in Complex Systems 13, 453-467.
Gotts, N.M. (2011) Emergent Complexity in Conway’s Game of Life. In Adamatzky, A. (ed) Game of Life Cellular Automata, Springer, pp.389-436.
Polhill, J.G. and Gotts, N.M. (2009). Ontologies for transparent integrated human-natural system modelling. Landscape Ecology 24,1255-1267.
Gotts, N.M. and Polhill, J.G. (2009). When and how to imitate your neighbours: lessons from and for FEARLUS. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 12(3)2. URL: http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/12/3/2.html.
Gotts, N.M. (2007). Resilience, panarchy and world-systems analysis. Ecology and Society 12, 24. URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss1/art24/.
Gotts, N.M., Polhill, J.G. and Law, A.N.R. (2003). Agent-based simulation in the study of social dilemmas. Artificial Intelligence Review 19, 3-92. Reprinted in: Gilbert, N. (ed) (2010) Computational Social Science. SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods Series, Volume 3. Sage Publications.
Tree #022. See also Dr Nick Gotts’ website
The Private Competition Enforcement Review
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Photo credits for Epping forest leaflet on Wanstead Park, issued by Corporation of London
There is a book by an American called Glenn Matson entitled “The draftsman was a Paddlefoot”. In it he describes a four year old Chris Gotts that he met. Also, he recounts meeting Chris in 1977 at a reunion where Chris gave him a remnant of one of their planes that crashed. (Chris is in tree 022)