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OPINION DYNAMICS AND COLLECTIVE DECISIONS

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
FEW SELF-INVOLVED AGENTS AMONG BOUNDED CONFIDENCE AGENTS CAN CHANGE NORMS

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
A NOVEL MODEL FOR RUMOR SPREADING ON SOCIAL NETWORKS WITH CONSIDERING THE INFLUENCE OF DISSENTING OPINIONS

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
SOCIAL INFLUENCE STRENGTHENS CROWD WISDOM UNDER VOTING

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
A DYNAMICAL MODEL FOR THE PROCESS OF SHARING

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
ABOUT RENEGADES AND OUTGROUP HATERS: MODELING THE LINK BETWEEN SOCIAL INFLUENCE AND INTERGROUP ATTITUDES

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
THE DARK SIDE OF GOSSIPS: HINTS FROM A SIMPLE OPINION DYNAMICS MODEL

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
OPINION-AWARE INFLUENCE MAXIMIZATION: HOW TO MAXIMIZE A FAVORITE OPINION IN A SOCIAL NETWORK?

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
IMPORTANCE IN SYSTEMS WITH INTERVAL DECISIONS

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0
       
 
HOW DIFFERENT HOMOPHILY PREFERENCES MITIGATE AND SPUR ETHNIC AND VALUE SEGREGATION: SCHELLING’S MODEL EXTENDED

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Journal: Advances in Complex Systems
Volume: 21 Issue: 6 Page: 0-0