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Plants Have the Best Strategies When It Comes to Evolutionary Game Theory

http://phys.org/news/2015-12-theory-smart-evolution-global-ecosystems.html Normally, when someone thinks of an ecosystem, they don’t think of flora and fauna; they only think of fauna. This is because animals are active: they move around and change their environment, and therefore influence the habitat they live in. But who says plants don’t affect their environment? Researchers and Princeton University used evolutionary […]

Negative Side of Information Cascades

Information cascades in social networks can have a very positive impact: the dissemination of news in times of emergency, for example, can help people seek shelter or protection. They can, however, have a very negative impact as well: the spreading of misinformation. People make decisions based on the decisions of others; they tend to believe a […]

“SEISMIC: A Self-Exciting Point Process Model for Predicting Tweet Popularity.” 

In this paper, author presents us a new social phenomenon that we call social information diffusion by a cascading behavior of re-sharing post of one post. Social network website like Facebook, twitter allow user to post, comment, and share post; and to understand such social phenomenon, it is important to analyze this in term of […]

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