A standardization framework
individual decision-making, i.e. the particular informational and economical environment of all network actors, especially their heterogeneous costs and benefits and the information sets available
clear direct network effects, i.e. explicit and separate indirect dependencies will be added in future versions to explicitly analyze their implications
the influence and interplay of determinants such as network topology and density, agent size and choice sequence, or installed base on network behavior
applicability to real-world problems, i.e. the model as well as its software implementation should be adjustable to both particular problem instances incorporating empirical data as well as generalized networks
KeywordsNash Equilibrium Perfect Information Imperfect Information Coordination Game Monetary Unit
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