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Understanding ethnographic data in a formal way is imperative when faced with multiple responses of humans within their environments. Knowledge Elicitation Tools (KnETs) incorporate techniques for modeling knowledge using methods long used in anthropological fieldwork and formalizing knowledge...
Approaches to modeling social phenomena vary on a continuum from simple models, in which causality is clear and parameters few, to realistic, high-fidelity models designed to capture the most detailed system behavior possible in a specific setting. Anthropologists have produced both simple and...
This article proposes two important points about genealogical software: (a) Not all such software need necessarily be complicated or address high level theoretical issues, and (b) diversity of data, processing, and infrastructure means that it is particularly desirable that scholars begin to...
This article develops and compares two Bayesian neural network models, a more restrictive Bayesian framework using Gaussian approximation and a less restrictive one using a hybrid version of Markov Chain Monte Carlo method (HMC), for the prediction of militarized interstate disputes (MIDs). In...
The authors present examples of how anthropologists are presently using computers to advance ethnographic research in new directions while building on what has come before. All the methods, protocols, and tools created by the authors are free, open source, and available on the Internet. The...
The computer program Kinship Algebra Expert System (KAES) provides a graphically based framework for constructing, if possible, a generative algebraic model for the structure of a kinship terminology (the terms used to refer to one’s kin). The algebraic modeling is based on a theory of kinship...
The implementation and the assessment of the digital experience sampling method are reported in this article. The experience sampling method is transformed into a digital format and is examined in the Web environment to elicit online Web users’ experiences through multiple iterations of an...
This article provides an overview of an open source qualitative coding and analysis program called TAMS Analyzer, where TAMS stands for Text Analysis Mark-up System. The article reviews the history and design of this software. This history focuses on transformations in the software that have...
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