- Emma Norling and Bruce Edmonds. Why it is Better to be SLAC than Smart. In 1st World Congress on Social Simulation (WCSS’06), Kyoto, Japan, August, 2006.
- Emma Norling. Contrasting a System Dynamics Model and an Agent-Based Model of Food Web Evolution. In 7th International Workshop on Multi-Agent-Based Simulation (MABS’06), Japan, July 2006.
- Bruce Edmonds and Emma Norling. Integrating Learning and Inference in Multi-Agent Systems Using Cognitive Context. In 7th International Workshop on Multi-Agent-Based Simulation (MABS’06), Japan, July 2006.
- Emma Norling. Folk Psychology for Human Modelling: Extending the BDI Paradigm. In Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems New York, NY, July 2004.
- Emma Norling and Frank E. Ritter. A Parameter Set to Support Psychologically Plausible Variability in Agent-Based Human Modelling. In Proceedings of the Third International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems New York, NY, July 2004.
- Emma Norling and Liz Sonenberg. Creating Interactive Characters with BDI Agents. In Australian Workshop on Interactive Entertainment Sydney, Australia, February 2004
- David Hales, Bruce Edmonds, Emma Norling and Juliette Rouchier (Eds.) Multi-Agent-Based Simulation III 4th International Workshop, MABS 2003, Melbourne, Australia, July 14th, 2003, Revised Papers (LNCS vol. 2927)
- Emma Norling. Capturing the Quake Player: Using a BDI Agent to Model Human Behaviour In Jeffrey S. Rosenschein, Tuomas Sandholm, Michael Wooldridge and Makoto Yokoo, editors Proceedings of the Second International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems Melbourne, Australia, July 2003. pp 1080 – 1081
- Emma Norling and Liz Sonenberg. An Approach to Evaluating Human Characteristics in Agents In Gabriela Lindemann, Daniel Moldt, Mario Paolucci, Bin Yu, editors, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Regulated Agent-Based Systems: Theories and Applications (RASTA’02) Bologna, Italy, July 2002 pp 51 – 60
- Emma Norling and Frank E. Ritter. Embodying the JACK Agent Architecture In Brooks, M., Corbett, D., and Stumptner, M., editors, AI 2001: Advances in Artificial Intelligence (LNCS vol. 2256) Adelaide, Australia, December 2001. pp 368 – 377
- Emma Norling. Learning to Notice: Adaptive Models of Human Operators In Doina Precup and Peter Stone, editors, Agents-2001 Workshop on Learning Agents Montreal, Canada, May 2001.
- Emma Norling, Liz Sonenberg and Ralph Rönnquist. Enhancing Multi-Agent Based Simulation with Human-Like Decision Making Strategies In Scott Moss and Paul Davidsson, editors, Multi-Agent-Based Simulation, Second International Workshop, MABS 2000 Boston, MA, USA. Revised Papers. (LNCS vol. 1979).
- Emma Norling. Flexible, Reusable Agents for Modelling Human Operators Extended abstract and presentation for Defence Human Factors SIG workshop Melbourne, October 2000.
- Emma Norling and Clint Heinze. Naturalistic Decision Making and Agent-Oriented Cognitive Modelling: A Preliminary Study Extended abstract and presentation for 5th Conference of the Australasian Cognitive Science Society Melbourne, February 2000.
- Tim Gabric, Nicholas Howden, Emma Norling, Gil Tidhar and Elizabeth Sonenberg. Agent-oriented design of a traffic flow control system. University of Melbourne Department of Computer Science Technical Report 94/24, November 1994.