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Understanding Social Segregation by David Haw COMPLEXITY BRISTOL centre for SCIENCES BCCS BCCS BCCS iGEM 08

@inproceedings{Haw2013UnderstandingSS,
  title={Understanding Social Segregation by David Haw COMPLEXITY BRISTOL centre for SCIENCES BCCS BCCS BCCS iGEM 08},
  author={D. Haw},
  year={2013}
}
A cornerstone model in segregation was introduced by Thomas C. Schelling in 1969. A bounded square lattice is populated with agents with one of two labels. Each lattice site can house one agent, but can also be empty. A tolerance is assigned to the system, such that any given agent is considered ‘unhappy’ if the proportion of their neighbours who possess the same label is less than this tolerance. Any unhappy agents are relocated to the nearest available space where they are happy. Simulations… Expand