Analysis of Schelling segregation models.
In Schelling's model of strategic segergation, agents are placed on a highly regular graph (such as a line of a grid), and
each agent belongs to one of k types. Agents have a preference towards being surrounded by agents who belong to their own
type, and may change locations if they are not happy at their current location (by moving to an empty location or swapping
with another discontent agent). Many variants of this basic model have been considered over the years. The goal of this project
is to investigate, theoretically and empirically, the degree of diversity of stable outcomes in Schelling's model, as well
as to explore novel variants of the model where agents's preferences may evolve over time.