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Consensus between Epistemic Agents is Difficult

@article{Sowinski2022ConsensusBE,
  title={Consensus between Epistemic Agents is Difficult},
  author={Damian R Sowinski and Jonathan Carroll-Nellenback and Jeremy M. DeSilva and Adam Frank and Gourab Ghoshal and Marcelo Gleiser and Hari Seldon},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2201.04642}
}
Damian Radosław Sowinski,1, ∗ Jonathan Carroll-Nellenback,2, † Jeremy DeSilva,1 Adam Frank,3 Gourab Ghoshal,3 Marcelo Gleiser,1 and Hari Seldon4 1Dartmouth College, Hanover NH 03755 2University of Rochester, Rochester NY 3University of Rochester, Rochester NY 14627 4Streeling University, Trantor (Dated: January 14, 2022) Abstract We introduce an epistemic information measure between two data streams, that we term influence. Closely related to transfer entropy, the measure must be estimated by… 

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