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The Leviathan model without gossips and vanity: The richness of influence based on perceived hierarchy

Abstract : This paper studies a model of agents having an opinion about each other agent and about themselves. During dyadic meetings, the agents change their opinion about themselves and about their interlocutor in the direction of a noisy perception of the opinions of their interlocutor. Moreover highly valued agents are more influential. This model produces several patterns depending on the parameter values. In particular, in some cases several highly influential agents (called leaders) emerge and sometimes the leaders have a low opinion of each other.
Mots-clés : OPINION DYNAMICS
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S. Huet, Guillaume Deffuant, W. Jager, R. Verbrugge, A. Flache, et al.. The Leviathan model without gossips and vanity: The richness of influence based on perceived hierarchy. Advances in Social Simulation 2015, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 528, Springer, pp.149-162, 2017. ⟨hal-02606168⟩

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