This research site is an extended investigation of 'General Adoption Model' and explores an advanced covariate model to explain and forecast 'Voters' Behavior' that is an important example for further research in search of the fundamental laws of ‘People’s Adoption and Selection’.
This is an international research team organized by Tung-Xiung Wu (Dept. of Information management, Shih Hsin University), Dave Goldsman, Joel Sokol, and Craig A. Tovey (School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology).
This research attempts to design an empirical study on voters’ behavior that connects to our previous research series from 1989 and to test our theories as the following:
1)The 53237 Voters Structure: including a 3-D Advanced Covariate Modeling of Adoption and Ideology, a statistic technique of Projected Diagram Analysis for Voters Grouping, and an Ideology's Quantitative Analysis.
2)Image Voting Behavior: including the formulation of Image Index, the explanation of How Do the Voters Vote.
These theories and their modeling are also useful for forecasting:
3)Applications for Candidates and Political Party
4)Implications for a new paradigm of ‘People's Selection’
The alias of this site is Black Pool that is the area where people ask for oracles from prophet or shaman in ancient China. Black Pool is a symbolic site as Delphi in Western culture.