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    • Consensus as a Nash equilibrium of a dynamic game 

      Niazi, Muhammad Umar B.; Özgüler, Arif Bülent; Yıldız, Aykut (IEEE, 2016)
      Consensus formation in a social network is modeled by a dynamic game of a prescribed duration played by members of the network. Each member independently minimizes a cost function that represents his/her motive. An integral ...
    • Contagion of network products in small-world networks 

      İkizler, Hüseyin (Springer, 2019-05-20)
      We formulate a model in which agents embedded in an exogenous social network decide whether to adopt a new network product or not. In the theoretical part of the paper, we characterize the stochastically stable equilibria ...
    • Finding hidden hierarchy in social networks 

      Kurt, Süreyya Emre (Bilkent University, 2016-06)
      Stratification among humans is a well studied concept that significantly impacts how social connections are shaped. Given that on-line social networks capture social connections among people, similar structure exist in ...
    • Inter-ethnic (In)tolerance between Turks and Kurds: Implications for Turkish Democratisation 

      Sarigil, Z.; Karakoc, E. (Routledge, 2017)
      Using public opinion survey data, this study investigates the determinants of inter-ethnic (in)tolerance among Turks and Kurds in Turkey. Our empirical analyses show that, compared with Turks, Kurds have a relatively higher ...
    • Link recommendation in P2P social networks 

      Aytaş, Yusuf; Ferhatosmanoğlu, Hakan; Ulusoy, Özgür (WOSS, 2012)
      Social networks have been mostly based on a centralized infrastructure where the owner hosts all the data and services. This model of “fat server & thin clients” results in many systems and practical problems such as ...