Lean From Thy Neighbor: Stochastic & Adversarial Bandits in a Network

14 Apr 2017 L. Elisa Celis Farnood Salehi

An individual's decisions are often guided by those of his or her peers, i.e., neighbors in a social network. Presumably, being privy to the experiences of others aids in learning and decision making, but how much advantage does an individual gain by observing her neighbors?.. (read more)

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