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Lemos, C. M., Hélder Coelho, Coelho, H. & Lopes, Rui J. (2015). Network Influence Effects in Agent-Based Modelling of Civil Violence. In Jager W., Verbrugge R., Flache A., de Roo G., Hoogduin L., Hemelrijk C. (Ed.), Advances in Social Simulation 2015. (pp. 241-254). Groningen: Springer.
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C. M. Lemos et al.,  "Network Influence Effects in Agent-Based Modelling of Civil Violence", in Advances in Social Simulation 2015, Jager W., Verbrugge R., Flache A., de Roo G., Hoogduin L., Hemelrijk C., Ed., Groningen, Springer, 2015, pp. 241-254
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@inproceedings{lemos2015_1618288817865,
	author = "Lemos, C. M. and Hélder Coelho and Coelho, H. and Lopes, Rui J.",
	title = "Network Influence Effects in Agent-Based Modelling of Civil Violence",
	booktitle = "Advances in Social Simulation 2015",
	year = "2015",
	editor = "Jager W., Verbrugge R., Flache A., de Roo G., Hoogduin L., Hemelrijk C.",
	volume = "",
	number = "",
	series = "",
	doi = "10.1007/978-3-319-47253-9_21",
	pages = "241-254",
	publisher = "Springer",
	address = "Groningen",
	organization = "",
	url = "http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-47253-9_21"
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Network Influence Effects in Agent-Based Modelling of Civil Violence
T2  - Advances in Social Simulation 2015
AU  - Lemos, C. M.
AU  - Hélder Coelho
AU  - Coelho, H.
AU  - Lopes, Rui J.
PY  - 2015
SP  - 241-254
DO  - 10.1007/978-3-319-47253-9_21
CY  - Groningen
UR  - http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-47253-9_21
AB  - In this paper we describe an Agent-Based model of civil violence with network influence effects. We considered two different networks, `family' and `news', as a simplified representation of multiplecontext influences, to study their individual and joint impact on the
size and timing of violence bursts, the perceived legitimacy, and the system's long term behaviour. It was found that network influflences do not change either the system's long term behaviour or the periodicity of the rebellion peaks, but increase the size of violence bursts, particularly for the case of strong `news impact'. For certain combinations of network influences, initial  legitimacy, and legitimacy feedback formulation, the
solutions showed a very complicated behaviour with unpredictable alternations between long periods of  calm and turmoil.
ER  -