Collective Behaviors and Networks
The goal of this thematic series is to provide a discussion venue about recent advances in the study of networks applied to the dynamics of collective behaviors in social and technical systems. The series include contributions exploring the intersection between data-driven, network-based approaches and agent-based models of collective social behaviors. Particular attention is devoted to topics like group formation, evolution and group behavior analysis; modeling, tracking and forecasting dynamic groups in social and socio-technical systems; social simulation, cultural, opinion, and normative dynamics; and coevolution of network and behavior.
Edited by: Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia, Emilio Ferrara, Alessandro Flammini