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1997
C. Gershenson, Aplicaciones de la Topología, in Memorias X Congreso Nacional {ANIEI}, Monterrey, México, 1997.
C. Gershenson, El Juego de la Vida En 3D, in Memorias X Congreso Nacional {ANIEI}, Monterrey, México, 1997.
1998
C. Gershenson, Control de Tráfico con Agentes: {CRASH}, in Memorias {XI} Congreso Nacional {ANIEI}, Xalapa, México, 1998.
C. Gershenson, Lógica Multidimensional: Un Modelo de Lógica Paraconsistente, in Memorias {XI} Congreso Nacional {ANIEI}, Xalapa, México, 1998, pp. 132–141.
1999
C. Gershenson, Modelling Emotions with Multidimensional Logic, in Proceedings of the 18th International Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society {(NAFIPS} '99), New York City, NY, 1999, pp. 42–46.
2001
C. Gershenson, Artificial Societies of Intelligent Agents. Fundación Arturo Rosenblueth, 2001.
C. Gershenson, Comments to Neutrosophy, in Proceedings of the First International Conference on Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Logic, Set, Probability and Statistics, University of New Mexico, Gallup, NM, 2001, pp. 139–146.
2002
C. Gershenson, Adaptive Development of Koncepts in Virtual Animats: Insights Into the Development of Knowledge. 2002.
C. Gershenson, Behaviour-Based Knowledge Systems: An Epigenetic Path from Behaviour to Knowledge, in Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Epigenetic Robotics, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2002, vol. 94, pp. 35–41.
C. Gershenson, Classification of Random {Boolean} Networks, in Artificial Life {VIII}: Proceedings of the Eight International Conference on Artificial Life, Cambridge, MA, USA, 2002, pp. 1–8.
C. Gershenson, A Comparison of Different Cognitive Paradigms Using Simple Animats in a Virtual Laboratory, with Implications to the Notion of Cognition, School of Cognitive and Computing Sciences, University of Sussex, 2002.
C. Gershenson, Complex Philosophy, in Proceedings of the 1st Biennial Seminar on Philosophical, Methodological $\And$ Epistemological Implications of Complexity Theory, La Habana, Cuba, 2002.
C. Gershenson, Contextuality: A Philosophical Paradigm, with Applications to Philosophy of Cognitive Science. 2002.
C. Gershenson, Philosophical Ideas on the Simulation of Social Behaviour, Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, vol. 5, 2002.
C. Gershenson, Where is the problem of ``Where is the mind?''?. 2002.
2003
C. Gershenson, Comparing Different Cognitive Paradigms with a Virtual Laboratory, in {IJCAI}-03: Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2003, pp. 1635–1636.
C. Gershenson, Broekaert, J., and Aerts, D., Contextual Random {Boolean} Networks, in Advances in Artificial Life, 7th European Conference, {ECAL} 2003 {LNAI} 2801, 2003, pp. 615–624.
F. Heylighen and Gershenson, C., The Meaning of Self-Organization in Computing, IEEE Intelligent Systems, pp. 72–75, 2003.
C. Gershenson, Self-organizing Traffic Control: First Results. 2003.
C. Gershenson and Heylighen, F., When Can We Call a System Self-Organizing?, in Advances in Artificial Life, 7th European Conference, {ECAL} 2003 {LNAI} 2801, Berlin, 2003, pp. 606–614.
2004
C. Gershenson, Cognitive Paradigms: Which One is the Best?, Cognitive Systems Research, vol. 5, pp. 135–156, 2004.
C. Gershenson, Introduction to Random {Boolean} Networks, in Workshop and Tutorial Proceedings, Ninth International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems {(ALife} {IX)}, Boston, MA, 2004, pp. 160–173.
C. Gershenson, Phase Transitions in Random {Boolean} Networks with Different Updating Schemes. 2004.
C. Gershenson, Updating Schemes in Random {Boolean} Networks: Do They Really Matter?, in Artificial Life {IX} Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on the Simulation and Synthesis of Living Systems, 2004, pp. 238–243.
2005
C. Gershenson and Heylighen, F., How Can We Think the Complex?, in Managing Organizational Complexity: Philosophy, Theory and Application, K. Richardson, Ed. Information Age Publishing, 2005, pp. 47–61.

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