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Bridging Social Network Analysis and Judgment Aggregation [chapter]

Silvano Colombo Tosatto, Marc van Zee
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We obtain a correspondence between a voting rule in judgment aggregation and a centrality measure from social network analysis and we motivate our claims by an empirical analysis.  ...  judgments in terms of social networks.  ...  Acknowledgments Silvano Colombo Tosatto and Marc van Zee are supported by the National Research Fund, Luxembourg.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-13734-6_2 fatcat:omonhclssrgejgyz6mta74lhre

The diversity bonus in pooling local knowledge about complex problems

Payam Aminpour, Steven A. Gray, Alison Singer, Steven B. Scyphers, Antonie J. Jetter, Rebecca Jordan, Robert Murphy, Jonathan H. Grabowski
2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Evaluation via stochastic network analysis also indicated that a diverse group more adequately modeled complex feedbacks and interdependencies than homogeneous groups.  ...  As such, understanding complex, intertwined environmental and social issues may benefit from the integration of diverse types of local expertise.  ...  We thank all the fishers, managers, and the fisheries scientific experts who participated in our study; the Marine Science Center at Northeastern University; and many other colleagues for assistance and  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.2016887118 pmid:33495329 fatcat:zuyau4gakbfibfxv66dg2lp7qi

An Innovative Approach to Determining High-Risk Nodes in a Complex Urban Rail Transit Station: A Perspective of Promoting Urban Sustainability

Hui Xu, Liudan Jiao, Shulin Chen, Milan Deng, Ningxin Shen
2018 Sustainability  
Complex network analysis and field investigation were adopted in this study. The Lianglukou rail transit station in Chongqing, China was selected for case study.  ...  Increasing initiatives and practices have been engaged with views to facilitating people's travel and intensive utilizing land resources.  ...  In addition, the authors are grateful to the e ditor and the two anonymous reviewers for the ir valuable and constructive comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10072456 fatcat:rrifeixcyrch7b4abyn7hcu7ry

Political Environments, Political Dynamics, and the Survival of Disagreement

Robert Huckfeldt, Paul E. Johnson, John Sprague
2002 Journal of Politics  
The pervasiveness of disagreement within networks of social relations forces a reassessment of social conformity as a mechanism of social influence, as well as a reconsideration of the aggregate implications  ...  Louis metropolitan areas. 2 preference formation and for the convergence of aggregate opinion in the campaign.  ...  We think not, and our analysis points to the important dynamic implications of low density communication networks -networks characterized by individuals who serve as bridges of communication between and  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-2508.00115 fatcat:tj4xenlnn5fobcpmjwd73j5m3y

Interaction, Mediation, and Ties: An Analytic Hierarchy for Socio-Technical Systems

Daniel D Suthers
2011 2011 44th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Transitive closure of associograms yields sociograms, to which existing network analytic techniques may be applied. We discuss how the hierarchy bridges between theoretical levels of analysis.  ...  To understand how technological designs encourage synergistic encounters between people and ideas within socio-technical systems, techniques are needed to bridge between levels of description from process  ...  Thus they bridge between interaction data and networks to which existing network analytic techniques may be applied.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2011.248 dblp:conf/hicss/Suthers11 fatcat:3xndada7sffe3pnk5cwav3o6pi

Analyzing Online Teacher Networks

Mark S. Schlager, Umer Farooq, Judith Fusco, Patricia Schank, Nathan Dwyer
2008 Journal of Teacher Education  
We present preliminary data exploring bridges-network members who belong to two or more groups-to illuminate both the power and limitations of current tools and techniques for studying online social networks  ...  We argue that new frameworks, tools, and techniques are needed to understand and maximize the benefits of emerging online social networks of K-12 educators (and students).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank Dan Suthers for his substantial contributions to the ideas presented, Christine Halverson for her conceptual insights, and Jasmine Lopez and Ruchi Bhanot for technical assistance  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022487108328487 fatcat:g33pyqql6rgufif2mmucdlym2a

Moral judgments, emotions and the utilitarian brain

Jorge Moll, Ricardo de Oliveira-Souza
2007 Trends in Cognitive Sciences  
A new study on patients with prefrontal damage provides key insights on the neurobiology of moral judgment and raises new questions on the mechanisms by which reason and emotion contribute to moral cognition  ...  The investigation of the neural and cognitive mechanisms underlying the moral mind is of paramount importance for understanding complex human behaviors, from altruism to antisocial acts.  ...  We also thank Roland Zahn for helpful discussions, and the reviewers for their constructive criticisms. J.M. was supported by LABS-D'Or Hospital Network and by PRONEX/CNPq.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tics.2007.06.001 pmid:17602852 fatcat:3wo3fxfxrbglteaawxub7c54q4

Network Analysis of Mindfulness Facets, Affect, Compassion, and Distress

Oleg N. Medvedev, Matti Cervin, Barbara Barcaccia, Richard J. Siegert, Anja Roemer, Christian U. Krägeloh
2020 Mindfulness  
Network analysis is a statistical method used to investigate complex associations among constructs in a single network and is particularly suitable for this purpose.  ...  Network analysis was used to explore the direct associations between these variables.  ...  and stress as dimensions of maladjustment through network analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12671-020-01555-8 pmid:33262860 pmcid:PMC7689647 fatcat:vq5mjqbg4bfjxh3euyvyi64mwe

Embracing digital networks: Entrepreneurs' social capital online

Claudia Smith, J. Brock Smith, Eleanor Shaw
2017 Journal of Business Venturing  
We develop a conceptual framework with 12 research propositions that specify how the unique technical capabilities of social network sites impact entrepreneurs' bridging and bonding social capital online  ...  These propositions identify the mechanisms by which SNS affordances likely influence the network broadening and deepening behaviors (Vissa, 2012) used by entrepreneurs to acquire bridging and bonding social  ...  of analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusvent.2016.10.003 fatcat:hgrw7ysfzjem3dalvkkljsfmuq


Ali Yousefi, Mohd Sanusi S. Ahamad, Taksiah A. Majid
2014 Engineering Structures and Technologies  
The process of bridges seismic retrofitting in the highway network is extremely costly and time consuming.  ...  TOPSIS method enables decision makers to deal with problems involving a large number of alternatives (bridges) and criteria.  ...  The Isfahan highway network was chosen as a case study and analysis was carried out on 15 bridges of this network.  ... 
doi:10.3846/2029882x.2014.980853 fatcat:dc4qhglutjcvrlapykk7dguvv4

Turnover, Social Capital Losses, and Performance

Jason D. Shaw, Michelle K. Duffy, Jonathan L. Johnson, Daniel E. Lockhart
2005 Academy of Management Journal  
We further predicted that turnover rate and network density would moderate the curvilinear relationship between social capital losses and performance.  ...  A theory of turnover, social capital losses, and store performance was developed and tested in 38 locations of a restaurant chain.  ...  Fourth, we focus on a single network (communication) and a structural aspect of social capital loss (loss of "structural hole bridges" through turnover), although other networks (e.g., friendship) and  ... 
doi:10.5465/amj.2005.17843940 fatcat:6fayd6rsbrcb5gjaagz77bnbbu

Guest Editorial Special Issue: Modeling Support to Various Levels of Decision-Making

David L. Olson, Desheng Dash Wu
2020 IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man & Cybernetics. Systems  
Mo et al. studied reliability of microelectromechanical wireless sensor networks used to monitor bridges, highways, and pipelines.  ...  Jiang et al. studied evolution of hot topics in online social networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmc.2020.3020536 fatcat:v4ebznbj5zdbjdbscoaw3r7zye

Modeling What Friendship Patterns on Facebook Reveal About Personality and Social Capital

Yong Liu, Jayant Venkatanathan, Jorge Goncalves, Evangelos Karapanos, Vassilis Kostakos
2014 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
Our empirically validated model shows that empathy and conscientiousness influence the structural holes in one's social network, which in turn affects bridging social capital.  ...  his bridging social capital.  ...  Therefore, this article is a first step in establishing a "recipe" for bridging personality and network structure metrics in analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2617572 fatcat:xoh4ytyqd5cupi5rd7pg5hlglu

Bounded Rationality, Social Learning and Collective Behavior: Decisional Analysis in a Nested World

Hao Hu, Siu-king Lai, Yanli Jia
2011 International Conference on Information Systems  
network density and social influence.  ...  This research model was subsequently converted to a computational model for analysis and validation.  ...  Providing an analytical method to evaluate the performance of social network, we have also tried to bridge the gap between micro behavioral economic theory and macro evaluation of social network.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/HuLJ11 fatcat:b3f6kmnewfdczgzwaiwizmf77i

Optimus Primed: Media Cultivation of Robot Mental Models and Social Judgments

Jaime Banks
2020 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
This study takes a step toward bridging that gap by exploring relationships among individuals' recall of robot characters from popular media, their mental models for actual robots, and social evaluations  ...  Robot villains and heroes-from Ultron to Wall-E-have been shown to serve a specific cultivation function, shaping people's perceptions of those embodied social technologies, especially when individuals  ...  Content and Structure of the Aggregate Model for Robot Knowledge (RQ1) The semantic network analysis procedure using topical cluster mapping (see supplements for a complete analysis narrative) resulted  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2020.00062 pmid:33501230 pmcid:PMC7805817 fatcat:jlejmfwri5g7fjhbaivftjfqvm
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