Optimal convergence in naming game with geography-based negotiation on small-world networks

@article{Liu2011OptimalCI,
  title={Optimal convergence in naming game with geography-based negotiation on small-world networks},
  author={Run-Ran Liu and Wenxu Wang and Ying-Cheng Lai and G. Chen and Bing Wang},
  journal={Physics Letters A},
  year={2011},
  volume={375},
  pages={363-367}
}
Abstract We propose a negotiation strategy to address the effect of geography on the dynamics of naming games over small-world networks. Communication and negotiation frequencies between two agents are determined by their geographical distance in terms of a parameter characterizing the correlation between interaction strength and the distance. A finding is that there exists an optimal parameter value leading to fastest convergence to global consensus on naming. Numerical computations and a… Expand
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