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Abstract Productive learning environments strike a balance between student motivation and the necessary learning outcomes associated with a particular course. This article explores one way to achieve such a balance and discusses some of the subtle benefits that spring from that balance. We...
Abstract We develop a mathematical model considering a random walker with long-range hops on arbitrary graphs. The random multi-hopper can jump to any node of the graph from an initial position, with a probability that decays as a function of the shortest-path distance between the two nodes in...
Abstract This article aims to establish theoretical foundations of graph product multilayer networks (GPMNs), a family of multilayer networks that can be obtained as a graph product of two or more factor networks. Cartesian, direct (tensor), and strong product operators are considered, and then...
Abstract Structural complexity measures have found widespread use in network analysis. For instance, entropy can be used to distinguish between different structures. Recently, we have reported an approximate network von Neumann entropy measure, which can be conveniently expressed in terms of the...
Abstract Many complex systems have natural representations as multilayer networks. While these formulations retain more information than standard single-layer network models, there is not yet a fully developed theory for computing network measures and statistics on these objects. We introduce a...
Abstract Identifying important nodes that have great influence on propagation in social networks has an important significance on understanding and controlling spread of information in the network. On the basis of the idea that location of nodes can affect their ability to communicate, it is...
Abstract We consider social networks in which information propagates directionally across layers of rational agents. Each agent makes a locally optimal estimate of the state of the world, and communicates this estimate to agents downstream. When agents receive some information from a common...
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