Accepted contributions

Note: This are the accepted contribution. They appear in the conference program only if at least one speaker registers for the conference!

Accepted Talks (30 min)

Pawel Sobkowicz.
Opinion dynamics model based on cognitive biases
Bertrand Jayles, Hye-Rin Kim, Ramón Escobedo, Stéphane Cezera, Adrien Blanchet, Clement Sire, Guy Theraulaz and Tatsuya Kameda.
How social information can improve estimation accuracy in human groups
Fariba Karimi.
Visibility of minorities in social networks
Christoph Merdes.
Strategic Disagreement
Christian Ganser and Marc Keuschnigg.
Social Influence Strengthens Crowd Wisdom Under Voting
David Hagmann and George Loewenstein.
Persuasion With Motivated Beliefs
Geeske Scholz, Claudia Pahl-Wostl and Art Dewulf.
An Agent-Based Model of Consensus Building
Sven Banisch and Eckehard Olbrich.
Opinion Polarization by Learning from Social Feedback
Marijn Keijzer, Michael Mäs and Andreas Flache.
Interaction in online social networks fosters cultural homogeneity rather than diversity

Accepted Short Talks (20 min)

Mehrdad Agha Mohammad Ali Kermani, Seyed Farshad Fatemi Ardestani, Alireza Aliahmadi and Farnaz Barzinpour.
A novel game theoretic approach for modeling competitive information diffusion in social networks with heterogeneous nodes
Emanuel Deutschmann and Lara Minkus.
Swinging Leftwards: Public Opinion on Economic and Political Integration in Latin America, 1997-2010
Steffen Eger.
Opinion dynamics and wisdom under out-group discrimination
Martin Neumann and Jan Lorenz.
Theoretical foundations of models of attitude change
Nikolas Tsakas, Philippos Louis and Orestis Troumpounis.
Communication and the Emergence of a Unidimensional World
Hans-Günther Döbereiner.
Mind of Mold and Man
František Kalvas and Dušan Janák.
How individualists, media and random change accelerate diffusion of avant-garde opinions
Malte Sieveking.
On Confidence
Ines Lindner, Bernd Heidergott and Jia-Ping Huang.
Wisdom of Crowds in Social Networks with Structural Variability

Accepted Posters

Alexandru-Ionut Babeanu, Leandros Talman and Diego Garlaschelli.
Universal properties of culture
Floriana Gargiulo, Yerali Gandica and Timoteo Carletti.
Emergent dense suburbs in a Schelling metapopulation model: a simulation approach
Stephan Dochow and Christian Czymara.
Discursive Foundations of Threat: Mass Media and Concerns about Immigration in Germany
Kyanoush Seyed Yahosseini and Mehdi Moussaïd.
Walk to the best instead of copy the best: How social interactions can help groups to solve complex problems
Alan Novaes Tump, Jens Krause and Ralf Kurvers.
Variation in Individual-level Learning Promotes Collective Intelligence
Mariko Ito, Hisashi Ohtsuki and Akira Sasaki.
Emergence of opinion leaders in reference networks
Kamal Selim, Ahmed Okasha and Fatma Farag.
Role of Two Competing Groups of Informed Agents in Opinion Formation within a Society with Extremists
Mehrdad Agha Mohammad Ali Kermani and Masoud Jalayer.
How to maximize a favorite opinion in social networks?
Laurence Droy.
Can we use simulated experiments to identify important agent-based model design choices prior to empirical calibration? A case of modeling a harmful collective practice.
Matouš Pilnáček, Tomáš Diviák and Jaromír Mazák.
Structure of online bi-polarized discussion with negative ties
Joonbum Bae.
The Domestic Effects of Engagement: South Korean Views of North Korea 1995-2013
Marwa Wasfy.
Threat perception of “The New Terrorism” in U.S and Europe after the “Arab Spring”: Implications for the transatlantic cooperation on countering Extremism
Davoud Taghawi-Nejad and Bruno Wilhelm Speck.
The dynamics of an institutional tug of war: free airtime, district magnitude and political parties in Brazil
Alex Filip.
Contesting Europe – A Time-Series Analysis of Eurosceptic Influence over Mainstream Political Parties
Maximilian Held and Jan Lorenz.
Sharing Is Growing – But We Don’t See It