Investigation of A Collective Decision Making System of Different Neighbourhood-Size Based on Hyper-Geometric Distribution

Distributed and decentralized systems that rely on self-organizations to achieve a specific goal usually characterized by non-linear dynamics. They usually involve amplification or positive feedback as well as damping or negative feedback along with several cooperative-competitive interactions to evolve and navigate towards its desired state. Due to the non-linearity involved and a great number of microscopic details, these systems are usually difficult to analyze and establishing direct analytical connection between the microscopic and macroscopic model seems infeasible for most of the practical systems.

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