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id sigradi2012_326
authors Barros Filho, Mauro Normando Macêdo
year 2012
title Simulando a dinâmica da segregação urbana: dos autômatos celulares aos modelos baseados em agentes [Simulating urban segregation dynamics: from cellular automata to agent based models]
source SIGraDi 2012 [Proceedings of the 16th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Brasil - Fortaleza 13-16 November 2012, pp. 453-457
summary As a consequence of the emergence of models based on the notions of disequilibrium and uncertainty, cities have being seen as intrinsically complex nonlinear systems subject to sociospatial changes that occur, simutaneously, in many scales. The present paper analyzes three models to simulate urban segregation dynamics. Schelling’s model shows how can emerge unexpected highly segregated global patterns from local preferences to live close to each other. Epstein and Axtell’s model reveals its pedagogic role through the manipulation of specific parameters. Portugali’s model emphasizes the cognition and learning capabilities of agents to recognize patterns and change their behaviour accordingly.
keywords Segregação Urbana; Modelos de Simulação; Autômatos Celulares; Modelos Baseados em Agentes
series SIGRADI
email mbarrosfilho@gmail.com
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