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Urban-Segregation Models: A Dynamical Approach

Abstract : Combinations of multi-agent stochastic simulations and analytical solutions from statistical physics spin models have recently provided new insights into segregation phenomena described via Schelling's clas- sic model. We explore various types of segregation dynamics on the square lattice, paying particular attention to the e ffects of localized "quick-change" operations, with a view to identifying courses of ac- tion leading to less-segregated environments which are stable in the long-run.
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Julien Randon-Furling, Aurélien Hazan. Urban-Segregation Models: A Dynamical Approach. 10th International Conference on Operations Research (ICOR 10), Mar 2012, La Havane, Cuba. ⟨hal-00695644⟩



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