These pages describe and explain C programs which implement Thomas Schelling's model of segregation from Micromotives and Macrobehavior, also sometimes referred to as Schelling's tipping model. There are three versions of the C program, starting from a simple one and then adding some more features. The code was written by Benedikt Stefansson and follows a Pascal program of the same model by Robert Axelrod. You can read annotated files explaining the programs:
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