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Birth-Death Models of Information Spread in Structured Populations

  • Burton VoorheesEmail author
Part of the Emergence, Complexity and Computation book series (ECC, volume 14)

Abstract

Following on the seminal work of Lieberman, et al [1], analysis of information spread in structured populations has become a major area of research interest. This work, together with research on general networks [e.g., 2 – 8], has inspired a number of graph based evolutionary models [e.g. 9 – 21]. The generality of such models can be seen through a partial listing of questions to which they have been applied: the spread of information, gossip, and rumors [22 – 25]; the spread of ideas and innovations [26 – 30]; the probability of a mutant gene becoming fixed in a population [31 – 34]; models of defenses against cancer and epidemics [35, 36]; models of the evolution of cooperation [37 – 39]; and, tracking rumor sources and terrorists [40 - 42].

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Evolutionary Dynamic Fixation Probability State Transition Matrix State Space Approach Circular Flow 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Center for ScienceAthabasca UniversityAthabascaCanada

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