Social influence and the evolution of long-tailed distributions


Studies of collective human behaviour in the social sciences, often grounded in details of actions by individuals, have much to offer ‘social' models from the physical sciences concerning elegant statistical regularities. Drawing on behavioural studies of social influence, we present a parsimonious, stochastic model, which generates an entire family of real… (More)

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