A Fuzzy Approach to Sociodynamical Interactions
In this paper we present a sociodynamical model of a network of people and their attitudes towards each other. The model is based on concepts from fuzzy logic. The dynamic element of the model allows us to simulate the temporal evolution of the attitudes and to see how this evolution might converge to a stable state.
KeywordsMembership Function Fuzzy Logic Negative Attitude Typical Network Fuzzy Approach
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