Leveraging the dynamics of learning by modeling and managing psychosocial relations and behavior by means of Game Theory and Memetics

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Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing
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Simoes J.C.
Omar N.
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Despite the tremendous advances in the resources and technologies of interpersonal communication available today, when it comes to dealing with unstructured information, which covers most of the human knowledge, the effectiveness of the benefits is closely linked to the dialectical interactions between the participants. When the focus comes to distance learning process or any kind of distance intellectual or dialectical interaction, severe limitations remain in force due to the differences in the behavioral characteristics of the participants. In these cases, the effectiveness is still far from a minimally adequate standard. This paper suggests a dynamic management approach based on concepts of Memetics and Game Theory modeling and simulation, offering proposals with the potential to mitigate many of these restrictions, through the induction of so-called cooperative and altruistic behaviors in the social attitude of the participants. © 2011 ACM.
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Altruistic behavior , Behavioral characteristics , Dynamic management , Dynamics of learning , Human knowledge , Inter-personal communications , memetics , Modeling and simulation , simulation
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