Sharon Gieske

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We investigate style accommodation in online discussions, in particular its interplay with content agreement and disagreement. Using a new model for measuring style accommodation, we find that speakers coordinate on style more noticeably if they disagree than if they agree, especially if they want to establish rapport and possibly persuade their(More)
  • S A Gieske, T Houtenbos, J J Van Der, Ham B Van Kampen
  • 2014
Graduate School of Informatics The research described in this paper gives an analysis of the scope of data sharing of the top visited websites with third parties. Third parties for global top 10,000 visited websites and national top 1,000 websites are identified through several methods. An analysis is done on the security of their connections. In addition,(More)
A major challenge in multiagent systems research is to design good aggregation rules for combining the judgments—or beliefs, or opinions—of different autonomous software agents collaborating with each other. If the chosen rule is too sophisticated, we may encounter algorithmic difficulties. But if it is too simple, we may encounter some of the paradoxes of(More)
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