Local communities obstruct global consensus: Naming game on multi-local-world networks

@article{Lou2016LocalCO,
  title={Local communities obstruct global consensus: Naming game on multi-local-world networks},
  author={Yang Lou and Guanrong Chen and Zhengping Fan and Luna Xiang},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1605.06304}
}
Community structure is essential for social communications, where individuals belonging to the same community are much more actively interacting and communicating with each other than those in different communities within the human society. Naming game, on the other hand, is a social communication model that simulates the process of learning a name of an object within a community of humans, where the individuals can reach global consensus on naming an object asymptotically through iterative… CONTINUE READING
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