Simon T. Powers
TitleCited byYear
A hybrid artificial immune system and Self Organising Map for network intrusion detection
ST Powers, J He
Information Sciences 178 (15), 3024-3042, 2008
1342008
The concurrent evolution of cooperation and the population structures that support it
ST Powers, AS Penn, RA Watson
Evolution 65 (6), 1527-1543, 2011
832011
An evolutionary model explaining the Neolithic transition from egalitarianism to leadership and despotism
ST Powers, L Lehmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1791), 20141349, 2014
492014
The co‐evolution of social institutions, demography, and large‐scale human cooperation
ST Powers, L Lehmann
Ecology letters 16 (11), 1356-1364, 2013
352013
Punishment can promote defection in group-structured populations
ST Powers, DJ Taylor, JJ Bryson
Journal of theoretical biology 311, 107-116, 2012
332012
Evolutionary connectionism: algorithmic principles underlying the evolution of biological organisation in evo-devo, evo-eco and evolutionary transitions
RA Watson, R Mills, CL Buckley, K Kouvaris, A Jackson, ST Powers, ...
Evolutionary Biology 43 (4), 553-581, 2016
312016
How institutions shaped the last major evolutionary transition to large-scale human societies
ST Powers, CP van Schaik, L Lehmann
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
272016
Can selfish symbioses effect higher-level selection?
R Watson, N Palmius, R Mills, S Powers, A Penn
Advances in Artificial Life. Darwin Meets von Neumann, 27-36, 2011
262011
What can ecosystems learn? Expanding evolutionary ecology with learning theory
DA Power, RA Watson, E Szathmáry, R Mills, ST Powers, CP Doncaster, ...
Biology direct 10 (1), 69, 2015
212015
Individual selection for cooperative group formation
ST Powers, AS Penn, RA Watson
Proceedings of the 9th European conference on Advances in artificial life …, 2007
172007
Social niche construction: evolutionary explanations for cooperative group formation
ST Powers
University of Southampton, 2010
162010
Evolution of individual group size preference can increase group-level selection and cooperation
S Powers, R Watson
Advances in Artificial Life. Darwin Meets von Neumann, 53-60, 2011
152011
Social niche construction and evolutionary transitions in individuality
PA Ryan, ST Powers, RA Watson
Biology & Philosophy 31 (1), 59-79, 2016
142016
When is bigger better? The effects of group size on the evolution of helping behaviours
ST Powers, L Lehmann
Biological Reviews 92 (2), 902-920, 2017
122017
The efficacy of group selection is increased by coexistence dynamics within groups
ST Powers, AS Penn, RA Watson
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2008
11*2008
Trusting Intelligent Machines: Deepening Trust Within Socio-Technical Systems
P Andras, L Esterle, M Guckert, TA Han, PR Lewis, K Milanovic, T Payne, ...
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 37 (4), 76-83, 2018
92018
Trusting Intelligent Machines: Deepening Trust Within Socio-Technical Systems
P Andras, L Esterle, M Guckert, TA Han, PR Lewis, K Milanovic, T Payne, ...
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine 37 (4), 76-83, 2018
92018
Social niche construction provides an adaptive explanation for new levels of individuality
ST Powers, R Mills, AS Penn, RA Watson
Submitted to Levels of Selection and Individuality in Evolution Workshop, ECAL, 2009
9*2009
Moderate contact between sub-populations promotes evolved assortativity enabling group selection
J Snowdon, S Powers, R Watson
Advances in Artificial Life. Darwin Meets von Neumann, 45-52, 2011
82011
Understanding and addressing cultural variation in costly antisocial punishment
JJ Bryson, J Mitchell, ST Powers, K Sylwester
Applied Evolutionary Anthropology, 201-222, 2014
62014
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