Piotr Nyczka

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We study a nonlinear q-voter model with stochastic driving on a complete graph. We investigate two types of stochasticity that, using the language of social sciences, can be interpreted as different kinds of nonconformity. From a social point of view, it is very important to distinguish between two types nonconformity, so-called anticonformity and(More)
We extend "stable marriage problem" studied via computer simulation (agent-based) from network perspective by dynamical generalization. We investigate how preferential or random attachment of individuals can affect simulation results such as: proportion of singles in society, number of divorces etc. We took into account attractiveness of individuals and its(More)
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