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Meet, discuss, and segregate!

G�rard Weisbuch, Guillaume Deffuant, Fr�d�ric Amblard, Jean-Pierre Nadal
2002 Complexity  
The model is further generalized to network interactions, threshold heterogeneity, adaptive thresholds, and binary strings of opinions. ᭧ 2002 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank David Neau and the members of the IMAGES FAIR project, Edmund Chattoe, Nils Ferrand, and Nigel Gilbert for helpful discussions.  ...  G.W. benefited at different stages in the project from discussions with Sam Bowles, Winslow Farell, and John Padgett at the Santa Fe Institute, whom we thank for its hospitality.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cplx.10031 fatcat:zx2mhk2rf5hf5jobxvhoqemrau

Heterogeneous bounds of confidence: Meet, discuss and find consensus!

Jan Lorenz
2009 Complexity  
The result holds for the bounded confidence model of Deffuant, Weisbuch and others (Weisbuch, G. et al; Meet, discuss, and segregate!  ...  Societies and Social Simulation, 2002, 5, 2).  ...  (The first appears for the DW model in (7) , for the HK model in (8) , for an overview and discussion of different methods see (9) .)  ... 
doi:10.1002/cplx.20295 fatcat:akkg4y4cqbcirkgsnevnzfa63u

Discussion on the meeting on 'Statistical modelling and analysis of genetic data'

2002 Journal of The Royal Statistical Society Series B-statistical Methodology  
Indeed, these middle stages are in many ways the most interesting and challenging, and therefore the most suitable for meetings such as this.  ...  I extend my apologies to the authors that an unavoidable commitment arising unexpectedly in the 18 hours before the meeting robbed me of my final preparation, so that my comments at the meeting were poorly  ...  Then, if S is the number of segregating sites and R is the number of past recombinations, R H − S − 1.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9868.00359 fatcat:tnm6dfa46jcsrlbbzqjsfjl3eq

Limited Segregation

J. E. Armstrong
1906 The School Review  
At a meeting of the board on September 26 the whole matter was discussed in open meeting and decided I8 to 3 in favor of continuing and extending the experiment.  ...  During the time the School Management Committee was holding the question before it, the officers of the Parents' Club of the school called a meeting of the club and spent the afternoon discussing means  ... 
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Building Inequality: Housing Segregation and Income Segregation

Ann Owens
2019 Sociological Science  
Segregation between single-and multifamily homes and renter-and owner-occupied homes increased in most metropolitan areas, whereas segregation by cost declined.  ...  Income segregation is markedly higher when and where housing segregation is greater.  ...  Comments and suggestions from the 2019 Population Association of America Annual Meeting and from reviewers improved this article. All conclusions and errors are attributable to the author.  ... 
doi:10.15195/v6.a19 fatcat:ef5bgzps4zgsrhhqdgk2dbah7a

Segregating Markov chains [article]

Timo Hirscher, Anders Martinsson
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Dealing with finite Markov chains in discrete time, the focus often lies on convergence behavior and one tries to make different copies of the chain meet as fast as possible and then stick together.  ...  There is, however, a very peculiar kind of discrete finite Markov chain, for which two copies started in different states can be coupled to meet almost surely in finite time, yet their distributions keep  ...  Then, we want to give thanks to him, Olle Häggström, Peter Hegarty and the anonymous referees for their valuable comments on earlier drafts.  ... 
arXiv:1510.03661v2 fatcat:fblwfnwyinfuvbqfdlmjkdytwi

Segregating Markov Chains

Timo Hirscher, Anders Martinsson
2017 Journal of theoretical probability  
Dealing with finite Markov chains in discrete time, the focus often lies on convergence behavior and one tries to make different copies of the chain meet as fast as possible and then stick together.  ...  There are, however, discrete finite (reducible) Markov chains, for which two copies started in different states can be coupled to meet almost surely in finite time, yet their distributions keep a total  ...  reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10959-017-0743-7 fatcat:vgjfk7umlndmpct76kqacx6o2m

Selection and Segregation

ARTHUR WILLEY
1923 Nature  
NATURE [May 5, 1923 Selection and Segregation. In view of recent discussions in the columns of NaturE, the following remarks may be of interest.  ...  Mendelism and Darwinism clearly belong to different categories ; though of course they meet on the common stamping-ground of heredity.  ... 
doi:10.1038/111602a0 fatcat:7vvqce4zqzf3nll4uh72e56kyy

ECOLOGICAL SEGREGATION

A. S. PEARSE
1934 Science  
SEGREGATION Segregation is a familiar phenomenon in biology. Crystals, colloids, genes, sexes, races, species, commu- nities and other systems of activities segregate.  ...  The writer will attempt to discuss Some of the known facts which ecologists believe may be related to the origin of species. 1 °° C.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.79.2043.167 pmid:17829451 fatcat:fpu2u76ezjcqzdz3lw4cylrrsy

"SOMATIC SEGREGATION"

E. B. BABCOCK, FRANCIS E. LLOYD
1917 Journal of Heredity  
We no longer ignore the fact that education must meet the needs of children who present special difficulties of adaptation.  ...  Some writers as, for example, Kraus 1 in his recent paper on somatic segregation, appear to use the terms segregation and mutation rather loosely.  ... 
doi:10.1093/oxfordjournals.jhered.a111714 fatcat:zjmnw36e6fdy7fjc77ms6zj5pu

Segregated Balance Accounts

Rodney J Garratt, Antoine Martin, James McAndrews, Ed Nosal
2015 Social Science Research Network  
This paper describes segregated balance accounts (SBAs), a concept for a new type of account that could provide increased competition for deposits, reduce system-wide balance sheet costs, and improve the  ...  We discuss a number of potential risks that SBAs could pose as well as further steps that would be required before SBAs could be implemented.  ...  The demand for reserves by DIs stems from their need to meet reserve requirements and their ability to earn IOER on any excess reserves they acquire.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2612004 fatcat:jz6lfvpt6zgrzjvk37mmaa3f6q

SEGREGATION OF TYPE SPECIMENS

F. R. FOSBERG
1942 Science  
National Herbarium, Gray Herbarium, New York Botanical Garden, Philadel- phia Academy, Rocky Mountain Herbarium and the herbaria of the Universities of Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Arizona, the segregation  ...  The New York Botanical Garden is in the midst of the process of segregation, and as the types are removed from the main collection, they are being sent to an institution in a safer locality.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.96.2501.515-b pmid:17745692 fatcat:gzvf56pyqnbaznlovn65ifvifu

Segregated Balance Accounts

Rodney J. Garratt, Antoine Martin, James McAndrews, Ed Nosal
2015 Social Science Research Network  
This paper describes segregated balance accounts (SBAs), a concept for a new type of account that could provide increased competition for deposits, reduce system-wide balance sheet costs, and improve the  ...  We discuss a number of potential risks that SBAs could pose as well as further steps that would be required before SBAs could be implemented.  ...  The demand for reserves by DIs stems from their need to meet reserve requirements and their ability to earn IOER on any excess reserves they acquire.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2646073 fatcat:brzccjs3tnbn3iaar5qnwp25sq

Ethnicity and Segregation [chapter]

2016 Wallace's Dialects  
Had Wallace not let her speak for herself, he would have appeared to validate and endorse that segregation.  ...  appear that he was (perhaps clumsily) trying to show the unfairness of the systems that continue to segregate and disadvantage people like Clenette.  ... 
doi:10.5040/9781501348501.0007 fatcat:jhuisd5a4bhdxdou6rglxprpru

Stress-induced segregation

Charles G. Sammis
1989 Nature  
Stress-induced segregation Charles G.  ...  parasites are involved in mate choice -were reported at a recent meeting*.  ... 
doi:10.1038/338114a0 fatcat:4b55uoqftzdqdeq5ecouyjewha
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