Quantitative Sociodynamics 2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11546-2_10
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“…The parameters compatible with our experiment suggest that the system operates in a regime of quasiperiodicity close to a cascade of transitions leading to chaos [1,25]. Anecdotal evidence supports the existence of such fluctuations in human activities [26]. An interesting model prediction that we have not observed experimentally here, relates to region 4 in our model.…”
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confidence: 68%
“…The parameters compatible with our experiment suggest that the system operates in a regime of quasiperiodicity close to a cascade of transitions leading to chaos [1,25]. Anecdotal evidence supports the existence of such fluctuations in human activities [26]. An interesting model prediction that we have not observed experimentally here, relates to region 4 in our model.…”
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confidence: 68%
“…Highly complex models are the state-of-the-art for weather and climate prediction [11, 23, 24], whereas simple models allow us to assess processes and feedbacks, thereby improving our intuition of climate system dynamics [2529]. Likewise, the behavioural sciences have benefited from a variety of modelling approaches, that address the diverse set of social processes that take place on the individual and societal level [30]. Here, we use minimal models for both social and climate dynamics.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Robots are man-made computerized machines which perform tasks on human commands or by themselves and seek to make work easier for human beings. The research of robot modeling provides better understanding of the interaction of robots and its environment [ 10 ]. These models can help us learn the main factors of the behaviors of the system and also help us in improving the understanding of the properties of robot collective behaviors that emerged.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%