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Role of risk and information in a group formation experiment on a small-world network
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In social networks humans are generally benefited by maintaining friendships and community affiliation in which factors like homophily play key roles. Expand
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Study on Modelling Human Behavior in Cooperative Games
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Modelling human behavior provides insight into the underlying decision making mechanisms, allows evaluation of performance and provides a framework for replicating the behaviour with autonomous agents. Expand
Mobile Brainwaves: On the Interchangeability of Simple Authentication Tasks with Low-Cost, Single-Electrode EEG Devices
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We use three setups, baseline, task-agnostic, and task-specific, to investigate whether person-specific features can be detected across different tasks for authentication. Expand
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Group formation on a small-world: experiment and modelling
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We conduct an online game with human participants cooperating on a network with limited information on the location of other players, coordinate their movements to arrange themselves into groups. Expand
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