ColorSims 2 . 0 : An extension to the python package for evolving linguistic color naming conventions applied to a population of agents

@inproceedings{Gooyabadi2018ColorSims2,
  title={ColorSims 2 . 0 : An extension to the python package for evolving linguistic color naming conventions applied to a population of agents},
  author={Maryam Gooyabadi and K. Joe},
  year={2018}
}
  • Maryam Gooyabadi, K. Joe
  • Published 2018
ColorSims 2.0 is an extension to the existing python package ColorSims [14] which includes notable updates and additions to the original package. ColorSims/ColorSims 2.0 is a python package for simulating the cultural evolution of linguistic color naming conventions. The package can be initialized with random agents or population data (i.e. World Color Survey). The components of the package are modular, allowing the user to vary them independently. Implemented parameters include: dimensions of… CONTINUE READING

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