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Personality compatibility table for pairs of MBTI personality types

Personality compatibility table for pairs of MBTI personality types

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Abstract Social structures and interpersonal relationships may be represented as social networks consisting of nodes corresponding to people and links between pairs of nodes corresponding to relationships between those people. Social networks can be constructed by examining actual groups of people and identifying the relationships of interest betwe...

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... that in mind, the algorithms described here both make use of inferred personality types for the people represented by the network's nodes and base the probability of a link forming between two nodes on the compatibility of the personality types associated with those nodes. Table 4 is such a personality compatibility table for the MBTI personality types. The rows and columns are the 16 MBTI personality types. ...
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... that the table is symmetric, i.e., the two entries for two personality types are the same regardless of which type is on the row and the column. Table 4 was constructed from the personality type descriptions in (Keirsey 1998); the process for doing so is detailed in Appendix 1. ...
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... and heterophily can be modeled as likelihoods of link formation among personality types. In Table 4, values on the diagonal of the table represent a level of homophily because cells on the diagonal are the intersections of rows and columns identifying the same personality type. Values in the cells other than the diagonal represent some level of heterophily because those cells are at the intersections of rows and columns that identify different personality types. ...
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... networks from a personality type assignment Synthetic social networks are generated by an algorithm that considers personality compatibility by using a personality compatibility table C (e.g., Table 4) and a personality assignment A to the nodes of the network. The network generation algorithm is denoted the G(n, A, C) (GNAC) algorithm, where n is the number of nodes, A is an assignment of personality types to the n nodes, and C is a personality compatibility table that includes the personality types in A. Given an assignment A of personality types to nodes and a compatibility table C, as many synthetic social networks as needed can be generated using the GNAC algorithm. ...
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... resulting personality compatibility table produced by this process and used in this work was shown earlier in Table 4. ...

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