A Simulation of Disagreement for Control of Rational Cheating in Peer Review

  title={A Simulation of Disagreement for Control of Rational Cheating in Peer Review},
  author={F. Grimaldo and Mario Paolucci},
  journal={Adv. Complex Syst.},
Understanding the peer review process could help research and shed light on the mechanisms that underlie crowdsourcing. In this paper, we present an agent-based model of peer review built on three entities — the paper, the scientist and the conference. The system is implemented on a BDI platform (Jason) that allows to define a rich model of scoring, evaluating and selecting papers for conferences. Then, we propose a programme committee update mechanism based on disagreement control that is able… Expand
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