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“…A lot of models that describe interpersonal relations are based on this assumption; cf. Bielczyk et al 21 and Bielczyk et al 17 We have similar situation in the optimist–pessimist model, where we cannot ignore the fact that actors can react on their own and others' emotions indirectly. Humans react to reality on a dozen ways.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 81%
“…A lot of models that describe interpersonal relations are based on this assumption; cf. Bielczyk et al 21 and Bielczyk et al 17 We have similar situation in the optimist–pessimist model, where we cannot ignore the fact that actors can react on their own and others' emotions indirectly. Humans react to reality on a dozen ways.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 81%
“…, k, and is unstable for Proof. The Mikhailov criterion implies that, if a steady state is a saddle point for T = 0, then it does not change stability with increasing delay (Bielczyk et al, 2012). Therefore, the part (ii) is proved.…”
Section: Theoremmentioning
confidence: 87%
“…Many models describing interactions between people follow the idea of modeling romantic relationships proposed originally by Strogatz [15]. Such models can even be linear, as considered in [15,16,8,3,1,2]. However, nonlinear models seem to be more appropriate.…”
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confidence: 99%