Random Dynamics in Collective Behaviour - Consensus, Clustering and Extinction of Populations
– Golm, Haus 9 Raum 2.22
Jens Fischer (Toulouse, UP)
Social network models are a common tool to further the understanding of relation based interactions in societies. Nonetheless, a complete mathematical understanding is lacking due to the complexity of the problem. In this talk, I will present a subset of the results and techniques I developed during my PhD. The approach is based on a combination of intersection graph theory, generalized exclusion processes on finite graphs and adapted methods used originally for evolutionary algorithms. Our focus will be on the links between the three fields and the quantitative results they provide.
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