The effect of differential quality and differential zealotry in the best-of-n problem
Source of Publication
GECCO 2020 Companion - Proceedings of the 2020 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference Companion
© 2020 Owner/Author. In this paper, we study the interplay between differential option quality and differential quantity of individuals with fixed option (henceforth called zealots), in a best-of-n problem with n - 2 options. We study how the consensus equilibria change with respect to these two factors. We perform systematic computer simulations in an antagonistic scenario whereby one option has a higher quality but a minority of zealots compared to the other option.
Association for Computing Machinery, Inc
Evolutionary algorithms; Computer science
Prasetyo, Judhi; De Masi, Giulia; Tuci, Elio; and Ferrante, Eliseo, "The effect of differential quality and differential zealotry in the best-of-n problem" (2020). All Works. 3404.
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