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Fig. 5 | Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity

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From: Heterogeneous expectations leading to bubbles and crashes in asset markets: tipping point, herding behavior and group effect in an agent-based model

Fig. 5

Herding Behavior with several groups, from zero, 1, 2, 5, 10, and 20. The thresholds we impose on each group are randomly drawn from uniform distribution [1, 2]. Thresholds used for the simulation are the following. For 20 groups: 1.441, 1.997, 1.012, 1.728, 1.408, 1.198, 1.020, 1.912, 1.728, 1.923, 1.564, 1.938, 1.525, 1.096, 1.260, 1.770, 1.556, 1.090, 1.706, 1.267, For 10 groups: 1.627, 1.559, 1.417, 1.252, 1.614, 1.338, 1.693, 1.650, 1.588, 1.595, For 5 groups: 1.150, 1.287, 1.208, 1.990, 1.913, For 2 groups: 1.341, 1.782, For 1 group: 1.671

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