Research on networks



Minority population in the one-dimensional Schelling model of segregation
George Barmpalias, Richard Elwes and Andy Lewis-Pye
Journal of Statistical Physics 173(5), 2018, 1408--1458. Download.
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Digital morphogenesis via Schelling segregation
George Barmpalias, Richard Elwes and Andy Lewis-Pye
Nonlinearity 31 (2018) 1593-1638 and FOCS 2014, 55th Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science, Oct. 18-21, Philadelphia.
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Unperturbed Schelling Segregation in Two and Three Dimensions
George Barmpalias, Richard Elwes and Andy Lewis-Pye
Journal of Statistical Physics 164(6) (2016) 1460-1487.
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Tipping Points in 1-Dimensional Schelling Models with Switching Agents
George Barmpalias, Richard Elwes and Andy Lewis-Pye
Journal of Statistical Physics (2015) 158:806-852
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The idemetric property: when most distances are (almost) the same
George Barmpalias, Neng Huang, Andrew Lewis-Pye, Angsheng Li, Xuechen Li, Yicheng Pan, Tim Roughgarden
Proceedings of the Royal Society A vol 475, Issue 2222, 2019. Online.
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