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Boleslaw K. Szymanski – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Naming games in two-dimensional and small-world-connected random geometric networks.
    Physical Review E, 2008
    Co-Authors: G. Korniss, Boleslaw K. Szymanski

    Abstract:

    We investigate a prototypical agent-based model, the Naming Game, on two-dimensional random geometric networks. The Naming Game [A. Baronchelli et al., J. Stat. Mech.: Theory Exp. (2006) P06014.] is a minimal model, employing local communications that captures the emergence of shared communication schemes (languages) in a population of autonomous semiotic agents. Implementing the Naming Games with local broadcasts on random geometric graphs, serves as a model for Agreement dynamics in large-scale, autonomously operating wireless sensor networks. Further, it captures essential features of the scaling properties of the Agreement Process for spatiallyembedded autonomous agents. Among the relevant observables capturing the temporal properties of the Agreement Process, we investigate the cluster-size distribution and the distribution of the Agreement times, both exhibiting dynamic scaling. We also present results for the case when a small density of long-range communication links are added on top of the random geometric graph, resulting in a “small-world”-like network and yielding a significantly reduced time to reach global Agreement. We construct a finite-size scaling analysis for the Agreement times in this case.

  • Naming games in two-dimensional and small-world-connected random geometric networks
    Physical Review E – Statistical Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics, 2008
    Co-Authors: Qiming Lu, G. Korniss, Boleslaw K. Szymanski

    Abstract:

    We investigate a prototypical agent-based model, the naming game, on two-dimensional random geometric networks. The naming game [Baronchelli, J. Stat. Mech.: Theory Exp. (2006) P06014] is a minimal model, employing local communications that captures the emergence of shared communication schemes (languages) in a population of autonomous semiotic agents. Implementing the naming games with local broadcasts on random geometric graphs, serves as a model for Agreement dynamics in large-scale, autonomously operating wireless sensor networks. Further, it captures essential features of the scaling properties of the Agreement Process for spatially embedded autonomous agents. Among the relevant observables capturing the temporal properties of the Agreement Process, we investigate the cluster-size distribution and the distribution of the Agreement times, both exhibiting dynamic scaling. We also present results for the case when a small density of long-range communication links are added on top of the random geometric graph, resulting in a “small-world”-like network and yielding a significantly reduced time to reach global Agreement. We construct a finite-size scaling analysis for the Agreement times in this case.

Qiming Lu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Naming games in two-dimensional and small-world-connected random geometric networks
    Physical Review E – Statistical Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics, 2008
    Co-Authors: Qiming Lu, G. Korniss, Boleslaw K. Szymanski

    Abstract:

    We investigate a prototypical agent-based model, the naming game, on two-dimensional random geometric networks. The naming game [Baronchelli, J. Stat. Mech.: Theory Exp. (2006) P06014] is a minimal model, employing local communications that captures the emergence of shared communication schemes (languages) in a population of autonomous semiotic agents. Implementing the naming games with local broadcasts on random geometric graphs, serves as a model for Agreement dynamics in large-scale, autonomously operating wireless sensor networks. Further, it captures essential features of the scaling properties of the Agreement Process for spatially embedded autonomous agents. Among the relevant observables capturing the temporal properties of the Agreement Process, we investigate the cluster-size distribution and the distribution of the Agreement times, both exhibiting dynamic scaling. We also present results for the case when a small density of long-range communication links are added on top of the random geometric graph, resulting in a “small-world”-like network and yielding a significantly reduced time to reach global Agreement. We construct a finite-size scaling analysis for the Agreement times in this case.

G. Korniss – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Naming games in two-dimensional and small-world-connected random geometric networks.
    Physical Review E, 2008
    Co-Authors: G. Korniss, Boleslaw K. Szymanski

    Abstract:

    We investigate a prototypical agent-based model, the Naming Game, on two-dimensional random geometric networks. The Naming Game [A. Baronchelli et al., J. Stat. Mech.: Theory Exp. (2006) P06014.] is a minimal model, employing local communications that captures the emergence of shared communication schemes (languages) in a population of autonomous semiotic agents. Implementing the Naming Games with local broadcasts on random geometric graphs, serves as a model for Agreement dynamics in large-scale, autonomously operating wireless sensor networks. Further, it captures essential features of the scaling properties of the Agreement Process for spatiallyembedded autonomous agents. Among the relevant observables capturing the temporal properties of the Agreement Process, we investigate the cluster-size distribution and the distribution of the Agreement times, both exhibiting dynamic scaling. We also present results for the case when a small density of long-range communication links are added on top of the random geometric graph, resulting in a “small-world”-like network and yielding a significantly reduced time to reach global Agreement. We construct a finite-size scaling analysis for the Agreement times in this case.

  • Naming games in two-dimensional and small-world-connected random geometric networks
    Physical Review E – Statistical Nonlinear and Soft Matter Physics, 2008
    Co-Authors: Qiming Lu, G. Korniss, Boleslaw K. Szymanski

    Abstract:

    We investigate a prototypical agent-based model, the naming game, on two-dimensional random geometric networks. The naming game [Baronchelli, J. Stat. Mech.: Theory Exp. (2006) P06014] is a minimal model, employing local communications that captures the emergence of shared communication schemes (languages) in a population of autonomous semiotic agents. Implementing the naming games with local broadcasts on random geometric graphs, serves as a model for Agreement dynamics in large-scale, autonomously operating wireless sensor networks. Further, it captures essential features of the scaling properties of the Agreement Process for spatially embedded autonomous agents. Among the relevant observables capturing the temporal properties of the Agreement Process, we investigate the cluster-size distribution and the distribution of the Agreement times, both exhibiting dynamic scaling. We also present results for the case when a small density of long-range communication links are added on top of the random geometric graph, resulting in a “small-world”-like network and yielding a significantly reduced time to reach global Agreement. We construct a finite-size scaling analysis for the Agreement times in this case.