Corpus ID: 222090151

Opinion dynamics in tie-decay networks

  title={Opinion dynamics in tie-decay networks},
  author={Kashin Sugishita and M. Porter and Mariano Beguerisse-D{\'i}az and N. Masuda},
  • Kashin Sugishita, M. Porter, +1 author N. Masuda
  • Published 2020
  • Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics
  • ArXiv
  • In social networks, interaction patterns typically change over time. We study opinion dynamics in tie-decay networks, in which tie strength increases instantaneously when there is an interaction and decays exponentially between interactions. Specifically, we formulate continuous-time Laplacian dynamics and a discrete-time DeGroot model of opinion dynamics in tie-decay networks, and we carry out numerical computations for the continuous-time Laplacian dynamics. We examine the speed of… CONTINUE READING

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