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dr. K. Zoethout

Lecturer
dr. K. Zoethout
Telephone:
+31 50 595 3233 (Hanze University)
Hanze University:
E-mail:
k.zoethout rug.nl

 Research interests

  • Self-Organising social processes
  • Work teams
  • Group formation
  • Multi-agent simulation
  • Cognitive- and social plausible agent models

Publications 

Zoethout, K. & Jager, W. (2009), A Conceptual Linkage Between Cognitive Architectures And Social Interaction, Semiotica, Vol. 175-1/4, 317-333, special issue on organizational semiotics and social simulation

Zoethout, K., Jager, W., & Molleman, E. (2008), Task Dynamics in Self-Organising Task Groups: Expertise, Motivational, and Performance Differences of Specialists and Generalists, Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, Vol. 16, no.1, 75-94

Zoethout, K., Jager, W, & Molleman, E., (2007), Newcomers in Self-Organising Task Groups: a Pilot Study, Advancing Social Simulation: The First World Congress, Tokyo, Springer-Verlag

Zoethout, K. , (2006), Self-Organising Processes of Task Allocation: A Multi-Agent Simulation Study, Doctoral Thesis Groningen : University of Groningen, Faculty of Management and Organization, Ridderkerk, Labyrinth Publication

Zoethout, K., Jager, W, & Molleman, E., (2006), Simulating the Emergence of Task Rotation, Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation vol. 9-1, http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/9/1/5.html.

Zoethout, K., Jager, W, & Molleman, E., (2006), Formalizing Self-Organizing Processes of Task Allocation, Simulation Modelling Theory and Practice, 14, 342-359, special issue on simulating organisational processes

Zoethout, K., Jager, W, & Molleman, E., (2004), Self-organising social processes of task allocation, Cognitive Systems vol 6, special issue on the multidisciplinary aspects of learning.

Zoethout, K. (2002), Organisatieontwerp en zelforganisatie: Maakt samenwerken de ontwerper overbodig?, Bedrijfskundig Vakblad 7, ppg. 11-15

Den Draak, M. & Zoethout, K. (2000),  Babylonical Science: Confusion of tongues as a pitfall for interdisciplinarity, SOM Essay Competition, SOM Research School, RUG

 

Conference papers

Zoethout, K., Jager., W, & Molleman, E., (2005), Resilience of Self-Organising Task Groups, Paper presented at the 3rd European Social Simulation Association, sept., 5-9, Koblenz Germany

Zoethout, K., Jager., W, & Molleman, E., (2004), Job Rotation: Emergent process or designed construct Paper presented at the 2nd European Social Simulation Association, sept., 16-19, Valladolid, Spain

Zoethout, K., Jager., W, & Molleman, E., (2003), Formalising a Task Directed Self-Organising System, Paper presented at the 1st European Social Simulation Association, sept., 18-21, Groningen, the Netherlands

Zoethout, K., Jager, W. & Molleman, E. (2002), A Theoretical  Framework for Describing Self-Organizing Social Processes of Task  Allocation, paper presented at the Special Workshop "Multidisciplinary Aspects of Learning", European Society for the Study of Cognitive  Systems, 17-19 January 2002, Clichy (Paris), France.

Zoethout, K., Jager., W, & Molleman, E., (2001), Self-Organizing Processes of Task Allocation, Paper written for the 5th Simulating Societies Conference, sept. 21-24, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland.

Zoethout, K. & Molleman, E. (2000), The development of local autonomy as a self-organizing social mechanism. Paper presented at the 4th International Workshop on Teamworking, 4- 5 September, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

Zoethout, K.(1994), Group Formation as a Self-Organizing Mechanism, Paper presented at the SSIT’94 conference: Second International Conference on Social Science Information Technology, iecProGAMMA, RAI Congress Center, Amsterdam, Dec 1994

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Telephone:
+31 50 595 3233 (Hanze University)
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