Daily Archives: March 28, 2019

Knowing whom to learn from: individual differences in metacognition and weighting of social information

Social learning enables us to acquire skills and knowledge more efficiently, provided that we learn from the right others. However, little is known about the cognitive factors that determine who we decide to learn from and how much we benefit from such … Continue reading

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Social Entrepreneurship: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications

Businesses are looking for methods to incorporate social entrepreneurship in order to generate a positive return to society. Social enterprises have the ability to improve societies through altruistic work to create sustainable work environments for future entrepreneurs and their communities. … Continue reading

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Assessing Complexity of Urban Spatial Networks

In the present chapter, we discuss the graph representations of urban spatial patterns (maps) and suggest a computationally feasible technique for understanding urban forms based on scale-dependent random walks that can be used in order to spot the relatively isolated … Continue reading

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Emergence of Complexity in Urban Morphology

We analyze the building distribution data of Seoul City and build a model to understand urban morphology. Performing coarse-graining of the data and employing a lattice description, we find that the urbanized area forms a fractal in the proper range … Continue reading

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