Minority Population in the One-Dimensional Schelling Model of Segregation

  title={Minority Population in the One-Dimensional Schelling Model of Segregation},
  author={George Barmpalias and R. Elwes and Andy Lewis-Pye},
  journal={Journal of Statistical Physics},
  • George Barmpalias, R. Elwes, Andy Lewis-Pye
  • Published 2015
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Journal of Statistical Physics
  • Schelling models of segregation attempt to explain how a population of agents or particles of two types may organise itself into large homogeneous clusters. They can be seen as variants of the Ising model. While such models have been extensively studied, unperturbed (or noiseless) versions have largely resisted rigorous analysis, with most results in the literature pertaining models in which noise is introduced, so as to make them amenable to standard techniques from statistical mechanics or… CONTINUE READING
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