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    Consensus by segregation - the formation of local consensus within context switching dynamics

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    In social simulation, not only is the structure of the social�relations fundamental for the construction of plausible scenarios, but�also the interaction processes are shaped by such structures. Each actor interacts in multiple social contexts located within multiple social�relations that constitute their social space. We build on previous work�about context switching to study the notion of context segregation. The�agents not only switch between social contexts, carrying with them their�unique social identity, but also choose the contexts according to personal�reasons. We apply the notion of context segregation to a simple game�of consensus in which agents try to collectively achieve an essentially�arbitrary consensus. We make a first analysis of our set of experiments�towards understanding the influence of the segregation mechanism in the�speed of convergence to global consensus and compared the results with�the context switching model.

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    Title : Consensus by segregation - the formation of local consensus within context switching dynamics
    Author(s) : Davide Nunes, Luis Antunes
    Abstract : In social simulation, not only is the structure of the social�relations fundamental for the construction of plausible scenarios, but�also the interaction processes are shaped by such structures. Each actor interacts in multiple social contexts located within multiple social�relations that constitute their social space. We build on previous work�about context switching to study the notion of context segregation. The�agents not only switch between social contexts, carrying with them their�unique social identity, but also choose the contexts according to personal�reasons. We apply the notion of context segregation to a simple game�of consensus in which agents try to collectively achieve an essentially�arbitrary consensus. We make a first analysis of our set of experiments�towards understanding the influence of the segregation mechanism in the�speed of convergence to global consensus and compared the results with�the context switching model.
    Keywords : social simulation, multi-agent systems, social networks

    Subject : Social Simulation
    Area : Computer Science
    Language : English
    Year : 2012

    Affiliations LabMAg, University of Lisbon, Lisbon
    Conference_title : World Congress on Social Simulation (WCSS) 2012
    Url : http://dl.dropbox.com/u/336879/Public%20Documents/papers/WCSS2012%20-%20Context%20Segregation.pdf

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