Assortative clustering in a one-dimensional population with replication strategies.

  title={Assortative clustering in a one-dimensional population with replication strategies.},
  author={Sunhee Chae and Nahyeon Lee and Seung Ki Baek and Hyeong-Chai Jeong},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  volume={103 3-1},
In a geographically distributed population, assortative clustering plays an important role in evolution by modifying local environments. To examine its effects in a linear habitat, we consider a one-dimensional grid of cells, where each cell is either empty or occupied by an organism whose replication strategy is genetically inherited to offspring. The strategy determines whether to have offspring in surrounding cells, as a function of the neighborhood configuration. If more than one offspring… 

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