Majority dynamics and aggregation of information in social networks
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, pp. 408-429, 2014.
Consider $n$ n individuals who, by popular vote, choose among $q \ge 2$ q 驴 2 alternatives, one of which is "better" than the others. Assume that each individual votes independently at random, and that the probability of voting for the better alternative is larger than the probability of voting for any other. It follows from the law o...More
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