On the Analysis of the DeGroot-Friedkin Model with Dynamic Relative Interaction Matrices
This paper analyses the DeGroot-Friedkin model for evolution of the individuals’ social powers in a social network when the network topology varies dynamically (described by dynamic relative interaction matrices). The DeGroot-Friedkin model describes how individual social power (self-appraisal, self-weight) evolves as a network of individuals discuss opinions on a sequence of issues. We seek to study dynamically changing relative interactions because interactions may change depending on the...[Show more]
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