Model of position selection by individuals during information warfare with a two-component agenda
The model of position selection by individuals during information warfare in society is extended to the case when not one but two topics are being discussed in the society. The analysis of the model is carried out, the results are given a sociological interpretation. In particular, it follows from the analysis that approximately equal coverage of the two topics by media contributes to the stability of the equilibrium in which parties gain equal number of spreaders, as opposed to the situation in which one of the topics has been highlighted much more strongly than the other.
mathematical modeling, information warfare in the society, agenda-setting, model of position selection by individuals
Publication language:russian, pages:14
Mathematical modelling in actual problems of science and technics