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Mixing beliefs among interacting agents

Abstract : We present a model of opinion dynamics in which agents adjust continuous opinions as a result of random binary encounters whenever their difference in opinion is below a given threshold. High thresholds yield convergence of opinions towards an average opinion, whereas low thresholds result in several opinion clusters: members of the ame cluster share the same opinion but are no longer influenced by members of other clusters.
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Guillaume Deffuant, D. Neau, Frédéric Amblard, G. Weisbuch. Mixing beliefs among interacting agents. Advances in Complex Systems, World Scientific, 2001, pp.11. ⟨hal-02580278⟩

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