# Additive Mechanisms for Interorganizational Hyperlink Networks

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turtles-own [wealth] globals[number-links number-homophily number-RDT number-PA p] extensions[nw] to setup clear-all nw:set-context turtles links ask patches [set pcolor violet + 1] create-turtles number-of-nodes [ ;; users can choose the number of nodes and number of links in the network that they want using a slider set wealth random 30 ;; each node has a random wealth set shape "circle" set color scale-color green wealth -10 30 ;; the color is used to represent the wealth of the turtle; with darker color representing smaller wealth set size 1 setxy random-xcor random-ycor] reset-ticks end to go ask links [set color gray] ;; links formed in previous ticks turn gray ask one-of turtles [ ;; at each tick, based on a random probability, a random turtle either chooses to link to another turtle make-node find-partner wealth] ;; based on the principle of homophily, resource dependence, or preferential attchment, the sum of probabilities is 1 if number-links >= number-of-links [ask links [set color gray] stop] ;; if the number of links exceeds the number of links that the user wants, the model stops tick if layout? [layout] end to make-node [node] if node != nobody [ create-link-with node [set color red] move-to node fd 8 ] set number-links number-links + 1 end to-report find-partner [W] set p random 100 ;; random probability of RD, PA, and homophily, totaling 100 percent ifelse p < probability-of-homophily ;; based on users' preferred probability of homophily, an agent chooses another agent that has similar wealth with itself [set number-homophily number-homophily + 1 report one-of other turtles with [wealth = W or wealth = W - 1 or wealth = W + 1] ] [ifelse p > 100 - probability-of-RDT [set number-RDT number-RDT + 1 report one-of other turtles with [wealth > W] ] ;; otherwise, if the probability is about 100 - probability of resource dependence effect [set number-PA number-PA + 1 report one-of max-n-of max-number other turtles [count link-neighbors] ;; a user can determine the number of the top agents with the highest degree centrality ] ] ;; resource dependence: an agent chooses another agent that has wealth larger than its own end ;; prefential attachment: an agent chooses another agent to link based on its degree. The agent is among the top XX in terms of degree ;;Layout ;; resize-nodes to resize-nodes ifelse all? turtles [size <= 1] [ ;; a node is a circle with diameter determined by ;; the SIZE variable; using SQRT makes the circle's ;; area proportional to its degree ask turtles [ set size sqrt sqrt count link-neighbors ] ;; sqrt sqrt makes the agents visually attractive instead of too large ] [ ask turtles [ set size 1 ] ] end to layout ;; this is based on the preferential attachment model in the model lirbaility ;; the number 3 here is arbitrary; more repetitions slows down the ;; model, but too few gives poor layouts repeat 3 [ ;; the more turtles we have to fit into the same amount of space, ;; the smaller the inputs to layout-spring we'll need to use let factor sqrt count turtles ;; numbers here are arbitrarily chosen for pleasing appearance layout-spring turtles links (1 / factor) (10 / factor) (10 / factor) display ;; for smooth animation ] ;; don't bump the edges of the world let x-offset max [xcor] of turtles + min [xcor] of turtles let y-offset max [ycor] of turtles + min [ycor] of turtles ;; big jumps look funny, so only adjust a little each time set x-offset limit-magnitude x-offset 0.1 set y-offset limit-magnitude y-offset 0.1 ask turtles [ setxy (xcor - x-offset / 2) (ycor - y-offset / 2) ] end to-report limit-magnitude [number limit] if number > limit [ report limit ] if number < (- limit) [ report (- limit) ] report number end

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Additive Mechanisms for Interorganizational Hyperlink Networks.png | preview | Preview for 'Additive Mechanisms for Interorganizational Hyperlink Networks' | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download |

Contagion.nlogo | extension | Preferential Attachment and Contagion model | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download |

EECS 472 Poster- Jiawei Fu.pdf | Poster Slide | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download | |

Final Project Proposal - Fu.pdf | Project Proposal | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download | |

Final Project Report - Fu.pdf | Final Project Report and Analyses | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download | |

Fu_Jiawei_Slam.pdf | Slam Slides | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download | |

Homophily.nlogo | extension | Homophily model | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download |

JiaweiFu_ June1.pdf | Progress Report 3 | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download | |

JiaweiFu_ May18.pdf | Progress Report 1 | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download | |

JiaweiFu_ May25.pdf | Progress Report 2 | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download | |

Resource Dependence.nlogo | extension | Resource dependence model | almost 4 years ago, by Jiawei Fu | Download |

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