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Escalation in Dynamic Conflict: On Beliefs and Selection

Kai A. Konrad, Florian Morath
2017 Social Science Research Network  
We study a dynamic multi-stage contest that resolves in each stage only with a given probability.  ...  Overall, our results suggest the importance of an appropriate benchmark model when testing predictions on behavior in con ‡ict or related strategic interactions.  ...  about the composition of the population the series of interactions becomes a dynamic Bayesian game.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3035287 fatcat:fw6medggynbgfgg2s26pxytu7a

Dynamic Conflict-Free Transmission Scheduling for Sensor Network Queries

Octav Chipara, Chenyang Lu, John A. Stankovic, Gruia-Catalin Roman
2011 IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing  
To meet this challenge, we propose Dynamic Conflict-free Query Scheduling (DCQS), a novel scheduling technique for queries in wireless sensor networks.  ...  First, it optimizes the query performance through conflict-free transmission scheduling based on the temporal properties of queries in wireless sensor networks.  ...  DCQS is designed to support such workload dynamics efficiently. Network Model DCQS works by scheduling conflict-free transmissions in a time slot.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmc.2010.209 fatcat:bt3o6xaxbrd43a6bedmxdhybs4

Governance of Diversity Between Social Dynamics and Conflicts in Multicultural Cities. A Selected Survey on Historical Bibliography

Ercole Sori, Renato Sansa
2005 Social Science Research Network  
Thus a constant evolution of juridical thought helped to regulate conflicts, reorienting them on juridical level.  ...  and the model of the «village outward» has also been used to investigate the relationships based on a network system between Argentina and an Italian village, Agnone (S.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.728943 fatcat:clmaquuwz5exrfyz3gqrmwendi

Network Stability Is a Balancing Act of Personality, Power, and Conflict Dynamics in Rhesus Macaque Societies

Brenda McCowan, Brianne A. Beisner, John P. Capitanio, Megan E. Jackson, Ashley N. Cameron, Shannon Seil, Edward R. Atwill, Hsieh Fushing, Nicolas Chaline
2011 PLoS ONE  
Cohesive primate social groups represent one example of a stable biological system, which persist in spite of frequent conflict.  ...  structure on group stability in a nonhuman primate species.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Jessica Flack, David Krakauer, William A. Mason, and Allison Heagerty for many helpful conversations throughout this study. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0022350 pmid:21857922 pmcid:PMC3153932 fatcat:qnubkppgaje3nmnn4plb75duya

An evolutionary game approach for determination of the structural conflicts in signed networks

Shaolin Tan, Jinhu Lü
2016 Scientific Reports  
These characteristics thus suggest the evolutionary game dynamic approach as a feasible and effective tool for determining the structural conflicts in large-scale on-line signed networks.  ...  Yet, the underlying dynamics on how the opposite alliances are spontaneously formed to minimize the structural conflicts is still unclear.  ...  Our algorithm is based on the evolutionary game dynamics on complex networks.  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep22022 pmid:26915581 pmcid:PMC4768106 fatcat:nmmcbgkcofaqzcb5bcflnecdly

Conflict and Convention in Dynamic Networks [article]

Michael Foley, Patrick Forber, Rory Smead, Christoph Riedl
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Dynamic networks allow individuals to resolve conflict via their network connections rather than changing their strategy.  ...  We also show that learning to avoid conflict can produce realistic network structures in a way different than preferential attachment models.  ...  Our social network formation model is a self-organizing mechanism that is based on a network with a fixed number of nodes in which tie strengths are modified to avoid conflict.  ... 
arXiv:1802.08298v1 fatcat:daqzf3kbzzdjxadrwzh3arrjju

MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF WEIGHTED NETWORKS: FORMALIZING THE DESCRIPTION OF NETWORK CONFLICTS

Denis G Plotnikov
2020 JOURNAL OF MECHANICS OF CONTINUA AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES  
Its volumes and values form a statistical (accumulated) resource (filler) on the vertices of the network and a dynamic (traffic) resource (filler) passing through the edge in a unit of time.  ...  The maximum values of these resources indicate the capacity of network elements. Even the resources dynamics of conflicting networks are considered in the context of a bilateral conflict.  ...  The conflict then describes the statement (6) anchored in a dynamic resource, i.e., the first network is better than the second one for the purpose W of building a dynamic resource: if ∂ ln|R (A )| ∂t  ... 
doi:10.26782/jmcms.spl.8/2020.04.00002 fatcat:ah54vipclrgpppg7rqt3xp2ulm

Conflict and convention in dynamic networks

Michael Foley, Patrick Forber, Rory Smead, Christoph Riedl
2018 Journal of the Royal Society Interface  
Dynamic networks allow individuals to resolve conflict via their network connections rather than changing their strategy.  ...  An important way to resolve games of conflict (snowdrift, hawk-dove, chicken) involves adopting a convention: a correlated equilibrium that avoids any conflict between aggressive strategies.  ...  Our social network formation model is a self-organizing mechanism that is based on a network with a fixed number of nodes in which tie strengths are modified to avoid conflict.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsif.2017.0835 pmid:29563244 fatcat:xhnmsl6asjhf3dtpj2m7uiytyu

Empirical exploration of air traffic and human dynamics in terminal airspaces [article]

Lei Yang, Suwan Yin, Minghua Hu, Ke Han, Honghai Zhang
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Moreover, the dynamics and underlying mechanisms of "ATCOs-flow" interactions are revealed and interpreted by adaptive meta-cognition strategies based on network analysis of the ICCN.  ...  A Route-based Airspace Network (RAN) and Flight Trajectory Network (FTN) encapsulate critical physical and operational characteristics; an Integrated Flow-Driven Network (IFDN) and Interrelated Conflict-Communication  ...  Since conflict is dynamic, interpreted on a spatio-temporal domain, conflict situation is modelled as a time varying network ( ( ), ( )), where ( ) = { , , … , } is a finite set of vertices representing  ... 
arXiv:1708.06746v1 fatcat:bywvbrxek5d6nikjmgy6lai4im

Empirical exploration of air traffic and human dynamics in terminal airspaces

Lei Yang, Suwan Yin, Minghua Hu, Ke Han, Honghai Zhang
2017 Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies  
A Route-based Airspace Network (RAN) and Flight Trajectory Network (FTN) encapsulate critical physical and operational characteristics; an Integrated Flow-Driven Network (IFDN) and Interrelated Conflict-Communication  ...  Monechi et al. (2015) model a large-scale air transportation system as a complex, dynamic network of flights controlled by humans, and analyze the probability distributions of delay times and potential  ...  Since conflict is dynamic, interpreted on a spatio-temporal domain, conflict situation is modelled as a time varying network ( ( ), ( )), where ( ) = { , , … , } is a finite set of vertices representing  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trc.2017.08.007 fatcat:2uommr4ttbf57d4l77viny5cue

Research on the Forming Mechanism of Group Doctor-Patient Conflicts in China Based on the Complex Social Networks

Haiyan Zhao, Yuanqing Lu, Fangxing Ye
2014 International Journal of Future Generation Communication and Networking  
A complex network structure was developed around core interests and core nodes in the process of doctor-patient conflict.  ...  The complex social network theory is applied to solve the group doctor-patient conflict in present paper.  ...  The following will analyze the dynamic evolution of the doctor-patient conflict based on these principles.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijfgcn.2014.7.1.19 fatcat:ptuzpgix7ndizhkryrjhzjjzt4

Towards a class of complex networks models for conflict dynamics [article]

Vinicio Pelino, Filippo Maimone
2012 arXiv   pre-print
Applications to conflict dynamics in social and international relations networks are discussed.  ...  Using properties of isospectral flows we introduce a class of equations useful to represent signed complex networks free continuous time evolution Jammed and balanced states are obtained introducing a  ...  In this area, conflict dynamics described by a dynamic change of the adjacency matrix of a signed complex network, gives opportunities to explore dynamical systems on symmetric matrices space ( ) , Sym  ... 
arXiv:1203.1394v1 fatcat:hl62afw6szee7mqjyx6plzkf4y

Policy conflict analysis for diffserv quality of service management

Marinos Charalambides, Paris Flegkas, George Pavlou, Javier Rubio-Loyola, Arosha Bandara, Emil Lupu, Alessandra Russo, Naranker Dulay, Morris Sloman
2009 IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management  
We demonstrate the use of Event Calculus and formal reasoning for the analysis of both static and dynamic conflicts in a semi-automated fashion.  ...  In addition, we present a conflict analysis tool that provides network administrators with a user-friendly environment for determining and resolving potential inconsistencies.  ...  On the Traffic Engineering side, the Network Dimensioning (ND) module is a centralized off-line component that has a global view of the network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tnsm.2009.090302 fatcat:7tgegt7etngpjif52jn5eqeyl4

Waiting time dynamics of priority-queue networks

Byungjoon Min, K.-I. Goh, I.-M. Kim
2009 Physical Review E  
We then consider a scalable interaction protocol, an OR-type one, and examine the effects of the network topology and the number of queues on the waiting time distributions of the priority-queue networks  ...  We also show that the synchronicity in task executions, giving rise to priority conflicts in the priority-queue networks, is a relevant factor in the queue dynamics that can change the power-law exponent  ...  networks as the dynamics gets frozen due to substantial priority conflicts.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physreve.79.056110 pmid:19518524 fatcat:tjpvmwzejjbhjhrsmhkc3niaiu

Avoiding the bullies: The resilience of cooperation among unequals

Michael Foley, Rory Smead, Patrick Forber, Christoph Riedl, Feng Fu
2021 PLoS Computational Biology  
When competitive ability dynamically depends on cumulative payoffs, complex cycles of coupled network-strategy-rank changes emerge.  ...  Neither the network nor behavior converge to a stable equilibrium.  ...  of conflict played on dynamic networks.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008847 pmid:33826623 fatcat:wfjtcknuszcdth26rybg4zu6mi
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