# Dynamics of Voter Models on Simple and Complex Networks

@article{Redner2017DynamicsOV, title={Dynamics of Voter Models on Simple and Complex Networks}, author={Sidney Redner}, journal={arXiv: Physics and Society}, year={2017} }

This is a brief tutorial review of the dynamics of the voter model and the invasion process on complex networks.

## 5 Citations

Opinion formation on dynamic networks: identifying conditions for the emergence of partisan echo chambers

- EconomicsRoyal Society Open Science
- 2018

This work presents and validate the conditions for the emergence of partisan echo chambers, characterizing the transition from cohesive communities with a consensus to divisive networks with splitting opinions and applies the model to voting records of the US House of Representatives over a timespan of decades to understand the influence of underlying psychological and social factors on increasing partisanship.

The Role of Network Analysis in Industrial and Applied Mathematics

- Computer ScienceArXiv
- 2017

This commentary discusses the role of network analysis in industrial and applied mathematics, and gives several examples of network science in industry, focusing on discussing a physical-applied-mathematics approach to the study of networks.

A modified Ising model of Barabási–Albert network with gene-type spins

- BiologyJournal of mathematical biology
- 2020

This work systematically evaluates the translation of computational techniques from solid-state physics to network models that closely resemble biological networks and develops specific translational rules to tackle problems unique to living systems on the basis of apparent asymmetry between biological states.

Quasistationary Distribution for the Invasion Model on a Complete Bipartite Graph

- Mathematics
- 2022

The Invasion Model on the complete bibartitle graph was introduced and studied by physicists as a rudimentary model for opinion dynamics on complex networks. We identify the limit of the…

Competition of Social Opinions on Two Layer Networks

- Computer Science2019 Chinese Control Conference (CCC)
- 2019

A competition model is studied on interconnected networks with two-layer opinions, where the first layer is opinion formation and the second layer is decision making, which shows that both internal and external links play a vital role for consensus.

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