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Table 4 Overview of simulation experiments for different combination functions

From: Mathematical analysis of the emergence of communities based on coevolution of social contagion and bonding by homophily

Combination functions Domain and data Reference and venue
Homophily Contagion
slhomo σ,τ (..) ssum λ (..) Friendships in a classroom
Glasgow Empirical Data 2016
(Blankendaal et al. 2016)
ECAI’16
Social media: blogger appreciation
Instagram data
(Kozyreva et al. 2018)
SocInfo’18
Social media: music appreciation
Twitter data
(van Gerwen et al. 2019)
DCAI’18
ssum λ (..) alogistic σ,τ (..) Segregation of queer community
Questionnaire data
(Heijmans et al. 2019)
ICICT’19
alogistic σ,τ (..) Social media: Zwarte Piet debate
Twitter data
(Roller et al. 2017)
COMPLEXNETWORKS’17
sqhomo σ,τ (..) ssum λ (..) Segregation of immigrants
Literature data
(Kappert et al. 2018)
ICCCI’18
alogistic σ,τ (..) Friendships in a classroom
Glasgow Empirical Data 2016
(van Beukel et al. 2017, van Beukel et al. 2019)
PAAMS’17, Neurocomputing 2019
aqhomo σ,τ (..) ssum λ (..) Scalefree vs random networks
Literature data
(Sharpanskykh and Treur 2013, 2014) ICCCI’13, Neurocomputing 2014
log2homo σ,τ (..) ssum λ (..) Social media: physical activity
Twitter data
(van Dijk and Treur 2018)
ICCCI’18
alogistic σ,τ (..) Friendships in a classroom
Knecht 2008
(Boomgaard et al. 2018)
SocInfo’18