Long ties accelerate noisy threshold-based contagions
arXiv: Social and Information Networks, Volume abs/1810.03579, 2018.
Changes to network structure can substantially affect when and how widely new ideas, products, and conventions are adopted. In models of biological contagion, interventions that randomly rewire edges (generally making them u0027u0027longeru0027u0027) accelerate spread. However, there are other models relevant to social contagion, such as ...More
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