Computational Model Library

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Hominin ecodynamics v.2

hominin_ecodynamics2.0 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, mating restrictions, and different fitness on the demography and spatial distributions of the original two populations and hybrids.

Release Notes

In version 1, each agent has a pair ‘chromosome’ each with a single allele. In version 2 (this version), chromosomes have 10 or more alleles.

Version Submitter First published Last modified
1.1.0 C Michael Barton Mar 28, 2014 Mar 28, 2014
1.0.0 C Michael Barton Sep 19, 2011 Apr 27, 2013


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