Hominin ecodynamics v.1
C. MIchael Barton
Submitted By: cmbarton
Submitted: Nov 14, 2011
Last Updated: Mar 23, 2013
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hominin_ecodynamics.nlogo is designed as an experimental laboratory to explore the dynamics of biobehavioral interactions between two populations, and their genetic and demographic consequences. Specifically, the model is designed to study the effects of differing initial population sizes, different interaction distances, and different fitness on the demography and spatial distributions of the original two populations and hybrids.
This model is associated with a publication:
Barton, C. MIchael, Julien Riel-Salvatore, John M. Anderies, & Gabriel Popescu (2011). Modeling human ecodynamics and biocultural interactions in the Late Pleistocene of western Eurasia. Human Ecology. DOI: 10.1007/s10745-011-9433-8.
Cite This Model:
Barton, C. MIchael (2011, November 16). "Hominin ecodynamics v.1" (Version 3). CoMSES Computational Model Library. Retrieved from: http://hdl.handle.net/2286.0/oabm:2648
Model Version: 3 [Latest]
This the first version of this model published.
Platform: NetLogo 4.1.3
Operating System: Platform Independent
Licensed Under: GNU GPL, Version 2
Instructions on Running This Model:
Unzip the model code file. There is a NetLogo model script (*.nlogo) and a *.png file. Both files should be placed into the same folder/directory. Open the NetLogo model script in NetLogo 4.1.3 or above. More detailed operating information is available under the "Information" tab. Additional details about model structure and operation are found in the ODD model description (separate download).
|1||09/30/2011||This the first version of this model published. Version 2 is published in a different paper.|
|2||11/16/2011||This the first version of this model published. Version 2 is published in a different paper.|
|3||11/16/2011||This the first version of this model published.|
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