7:00 – 5:00 ASRC MKT
- Started back with the Evolution of Cooperation
- Social loafing (Scholar results)
- In social psychology, social loafing is the phenomenon of a person exerting less effort to achieve a goal when they work in a group than when they work alone. This is seen as one of the main reasons groups are sometimes less productive than the combined performance of their members working as individuals, but should be distinguished from the accidental coordination problems that groups sometimes experience. Research on social loafing began with rope pulling experiments by Ringelmann, who found that members of a group tended to exert less effort in pulling a rope than did individuals alone. In more recent research, studies involving modern technology, such as online and distributed groups, have also shown clear evidence of social loafing. Many of the causes of social loafing stem from an individual feeling that his or her effort will not matter to the group.
- NELA2017 contains almost every news article from 92 sources between April 2017 and October 2017, amounting to over 136K articles. This data set is the first release of NELA datasets. This version of the data set can be found on github and a full description and use cases can be found in our 2018 ICWSM paper.
- Submitted “One Simple Trick” final to SASO
- Updated ArXive
- Fixed a bug that prevented population interactions in FlockingAgentManager.initializeAgents():
// add to the global list allBoidsList.add(fs); // add a pointer to the global list to each shape fs.setFlockingShapeList(allBoidsList); // Add to the flock so that we can get flock headings List flock = flockListsMap.get(flockName); flock.add(fs);
Seriously, what was I thinking?
- Continued GUI tweaking. I think it looks pretty good, and it fits (mostly) on my laptop
- Verified that the influences record agents from different flocks and sources.
- Copied all CI 2018 things I can think of onto the thumb drive