Social Networks and Emergence of Segregation Despite Extremely Intolerant Behaviors

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Thomas Schelling's famous Segregation Model explains how ghettos can emerge due to simple behavioral rules followed by individuals, i.e. to stay only in a neighborhood of similar people. The system enters a turmoil state when individuals seek to live in a neighborhood where similar people are in overwhelming majority, i.e. above 75%, because individual's… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/FIT.2015.35

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@article{Ahmad2015SocialNA, title={Social Networks and Emergence of Segregation Despite Extremely Intolerant Behaviors}, author={Uzair Ahmad and Sadia Malik}, journal={2015 13th International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT)}, year={2015}, pages={150-153} }