Collective Attention and the Dynamics of Group Deals

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Ye, Mao ; Wang, Chunyan ; Aperjis, Christina ; Huberman, Bernardo A. ; Sandholm, Thomas (2011)
  • Subject: Physics - Physics and Society | Computer Science - Computers and Society

We present a study of the group purchasing behavior of daily deals in Groupon and LivingSocial and introduce a predictive dynamic model of collective attention for group buying behavior. In our model, the aggregate number of purchases at a given time comprises two types... View more
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