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Title: Interplay between social infuence and competitive strategical games in multiplex networks
Author: Amato, Roberta
Díaz Guilera, Albert
Kleineberg, Kaj Kolja
Keywords: Xarxes d'ordinadors
Influència social
Teoria de grafs
Xarxes socials
Jocs d'estratègia (Matemàtica)
Computer networks
Social influence
Graph theory
Social networks
Games of strategy (Mathematics)
Issue Date: 1-Aug-2017
Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
Abstract: We present a model that takes into account the coupling between evolutionary game dynamics and social influence. Importantly, social influence and game dynamics take place in different domains, which we model as different layers of a multiplex network. We show that the coupling between these dynamical processes can lead to cooperation in scenarios where the pure game dynamics predicts defection. In addition, we show that the structure of the network layers and the relation between them can further increase cooperation. Remarkably, if the layers are related in a certain way, the system can reach a polarized metastable state. These findings could explain the prevalence of polarization observed in many social dilemmas.
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It is part of: Scientific Reports, 2017, vol. 7, p. 7087
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ISSN: 2045-2322
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