Other publications

Abdou, M., Hamill, L. & Gilbert, N. (2012) Designing and Building an Agent-Based Model. In Heppenstall, J., Crooks, A.T., See L.M. & Batty, M. (eds), Agent-Based Models of Geographical Systems, pp. 141-165. Springer ISBN 9789048189274 Chapter Book

Hamill,L. (2011) Changing Times: Home Life and Domestic Habit. In Harper, R. (ed), The Connected Home: The Future of Domestic Life, pp. 29-56. Springer ISBN 9780857294753
Draft (PDF) Book

Hamill, L. (2011) Complexity, Institutions and Public Policy: Agile Decision-Making in a Turbulent World (book review). Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Social Simulation Full text

Hamill, L. & Gilbert, N. (2010) Simulating large social networks in agent based models: a social circle model. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 12(4)pp. 78-94. PDF

Hamill, L. (2010) Agent-based modelling: the next 15 Years. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, (13 4)(7) Full paper

Hamill, L. (2010) The social shaping of British communications networks prior to the First World War. Historical Social Research (Historische Sozialforschung),35(1)1 pp. 260-288. PDF

Hamill, L. & Gilbert,N.(2009) Social circles: a simple structure for agent-based social network models. Journal Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 12(2)(3) Full paper

Hamill, L. & Gilbert, N. (2008) A simple but more realistic agent-based model of a social network.Conference of the European Social Simulation Association (ESSA’08), paper 28, Brescia. PDF Zip archive of NetLogo simulation files

Hamill, L. (2007) Different ways of modelling phone adoption. Conference of the European Social Simulation Association (ESSA’07), pp. 367-377, Toulouse. PDF Zip archive of NetLogo simulation files

Hamill, L. (2006) Controlling smart devices in the home. The Information Society, 22(4) pp. 241-249. PDF

Hamill, L. (2006) Mobiles in Japan (book review). Science and Public Policy, 33(7) pp.543-544. (A review of Personal, portable and pedestrian: mobile phones in Japanese life, ed. M. Ito, D. Okabe and M. Matsuda, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 2005, ISBN 0262090392) PDF

Hamill, L. & Harper, R. (2006) Talking intelligence: a historical and conceptual exploration of speech-based human-machine interaction in smart homes. International Symposium on Intelligent Environments, Cambridge, UK, pp. 121-127. PDF

Vincent, J., Haddon, L. & Hamill, L. (2005) The influence of mobile phone users on the design of 3G products and services. Journal of Communications Networks, 4(4) pp. 69-73. PDF

Hamill, L. & Lasen, A. (eds) (2005) Mobile World: Past, Present and Future, Springer ISBN 1852338253

Hamill, L. (2005) Digital revolution & mobile revolution? In Hamill, L. & Lasen, A. (eds) Mobile World: Past, Present and Future, pp. 1-8.PDF

Harper, R. & Hamill, L. (2005) Kids will be kids: the role of mobiles in teenage life. In Hamill, L. & Lasen, A. (eds), Mobile World: Past, Present and Future, pp. 61-74. PDF

Hamill, L.(2003) Time as a rare commodity in home life. In Harper, R. (ed), Inside the Smart Home, Springer-Verlag, ISBN 1852336889 pp. 63-78.PDF

Harper, R., Evergeti, V. & Hamill, L. (2003) The social organisation of communication in the home of the twenty-first century: an analysis of the future of paper-mail and implications for the design of electronic alternatives. Cognition, Technology and Work 5(1) pp. 15-22.

Harper, R., Evergeti, V., Hamill, L., N. Moray, N. & Watson, D.R. (2001) The Future of Paper-Mail in the Digital Age: an Investigation into the Affordances of Paper-Mail (report): DWRC, University of Surrey

Harper, R., Evergeti, V., Hamill, L. & Strain, J. (2001) Paper-mail in the home of the 21st century: an analysis of the future of paper-mail and implications for the design of electronic alternatives Workshop on Methodological Issue in the Design of Household Technologies (Oikos), Aarhus. PDF

Hamill, L. (2000) The introduction of new technology into the household. Personal Technologies, 4(1), pp. 54-69. PDF

Davies, B., Hamill, L., Moylan, S. & Smee, C.H. (1982) Incomes in and out of work Employment Gazette, pp. 237-243, June PDF

Hamill, L. (1978) An explanation of the increase in female one parent families receiving supplementary benefit. Government Economic Service working paper no. 14 PDF

Hamill, L. (1978) Wives as sole and joint breadwinners. Government Economic Service working paper no. 13 PDF