Andreas G. Koulouris

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In this article, we present the Multiple Equilibria Regulation (MER) Model in cellular automata topology. As argued in previous explorations of the model, for certain parameter values, the behavior of the system exhibits transient chaos (namely, the system is unpredictable but ends in a final steady state). In order to approach empirical reality, we(More)
In this paper, we shall present a model of opinion dynamics called Multiple Equilibria Regulation (MER) Model which, concerning social equilibrium, is based on the Bounded Confidence (BC) Model’s procedures and, it takes under consideration an agents’ internal (“intraindividual”) regulation structure among different opinions regarding the same social issue.(More)
This article investigates the Multiple Equilibria Regulation (MER) model, i.e., an agent-based simulation model, to represent opinion dynamics in social networks. It relies on a small set of microprerequisites (intra-individual balance and confidence bound), leading to emergence of (non)stationary macro-outcomes. These outcomes may refer to consensus,(More)
Introduction An important survival skill for humans is an ability to predict future events and to react correspondingly. In many real life situations such as social interactions, the anticipation of our own and others behavior is vital. According to the statistical models employed in psychological data analyses, such as multiple regression, prediction is(More)
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