Effect of Social Polarization on the Outcome of Information Warfare
A model of making choices by individuals during information warfare in a society is considered. We focus on how the extent of social polarization affects the outcome of the warfare. For this purpose a society comprising two groups with diametrically opposite attitudes towards a certain problem is considered. The model is studied analytically and numerically. Some sociological interpretation is given for the results of the mathematical analysis.
mathematical modeling, information warfare, Rashevsky's neurological scheme
Publication language:russian, pages:29
Mathematical modelling in actual problems of science and technics