Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory

(The median citation count of Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Social cybersecurity: an emerging science73
A multi-value cellular automata model for multi-lane traffic flow under lagrange coordinate34
Sensitivity analysis of agent-based models: a new protocol26
Computational simulation of the COVID-19 epidemic with the SEIR stochastic model12
SCAMP’s stigmergic model of social conflict11
“The coronavirus is a bioweapon”: classifying coronavirus stories on fact-checking sites9
ReOpen demands as public health threat: a sociotechnical framework for understanding the stickiness of misinformation8
Disaster world8
Leadership challenges in the context of university 4.0. A thematic synthesis literature review8
Urban life: a model of people and places8
Active, aggressive, but to little avail: characterizing bot activity during the 2020 Singaporean elections7
Applying a process for the shared understanding construction in computer-supported collaborative work: an experiment6
Innovation capabilities measurement using fuzzy methodologies: a Colombian SMEs case6
The effect of ICT and higher-order capabilities on the performance of Ibero-American SMEs6
Measuring the impact of suspending Umrah, a global mass gathering in Saudi Arabia on the COVID-19 pandemic6
Groups, governance, and greed: the ACCESS world model5
Survival analysis for insider threat5
Social cognitive theory and women’s career choices: an agent—based model simulation5
Disinformation: analysis and identification5
Coordinating Narratives Framework for cross-platform analysis in the 2021 US Capitol riots5
Business process management heuristics in IT service management: a case study for incident management4
Fake or not? Automated detection of COVID-19 misinformation and disinformation in social networks and digital media4
Differences between antisemitic and non-antisemitic English language tweets3
How to encourage innovation failure knowledge sharing in virtual research organization: an incentive mechanism based on game theory3
Architecture of a maturity model for information systems in higher education institutions: multiple case study for dimensions identification3
Persuasion without polarization? Modelling persuasive argument communication in teams with strong faultlines3
BigData oriented to business decision making: a real case study in constructel3
“I know you are, but what am I?” Profiling cyberbullying based on charged language3
Online discussion threads as conversation pools: predicting the growth of discussion threads on reddit3
Detecting botnet signals using process mining2
Explaining and predicting human behavior and social dynamics in simulated virtual worlds: reproducibility, generalizability, and robustness of causal discovery methods2
Searching for explanations: testing social scientific methods in synthetic ground-truthed worlds2
Deceptive accusations and concealed identities as misinformation campaign strategies2
Modeling managerial search behavior based on Simon’s concept of satisficing2
StateSim: lessons learned from 20 years of a country modeling and simulation toolset2
The Ground Truth program: simulations as test beds for social science research methods2
Does big data serve policy? Not without context. An experiment with in silico social science2