Polarization of coalitions in an agent-based model of political discourse

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LEIFELD, Philip, 2014. Polarization of coalitions in an agent-based model of political discourse. In: Computational Social Networks. 1, 7. eISSN 2197-4314

@article{Leifeld2014Polar-30433, title={Polarization of coalitions in an agent-based model of political discourse}, year={2014}, doi={10.1186/s40649-014-0007-y}, volume={1}, journal={Computational Social Networks}, author={Leifeld, Philip}, note={Article Number: 7} }

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