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An Analysis of One-Dimensional Schelling Segregation G AUTAM K AMATH, C ORNELL U NIVERSITY C HRISTINA B RANDT, S TANFORD U NIVERSITY N ICOLE I MMORLICA, N ORTHWESTERN U NIVERSITY R OBERT K LEINBERG, C ORNELL U NIVERSITY

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- White - Black - Hispanic - Asian The New Yorker Hotel In a one-dimensional network with local neighborhoods, segregation exhibits only local effects. map by Eric Fischer Goal: Mathematically model and understand residential segregation

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Start with a random coloring of the ring n = size of ring

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Happy if at least 50% like-colored near neighbors. w = window size

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At each time step, swap position of two unhappy individuals of opposite color

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Segregation: run-lengths in stable configuration

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Local dynamics lead to segregation. Schellings experiment: n = 70, w = 4 Average run length: 12 Schellings Experimental Result:

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The Big Questions Is run length a function of n or w? Global vs. local segregation If function of w, polynomial vs. exponential?

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In the perturbed Schelling model, segregation is global and severe. (stable run length: O(n)) Youngs result: [Young, 2001] In the unperturbed Schelling model, segregation is local and modest. (stable run length: O(w 2 )) Our main result (informal): [Brandt, Immorlica, Kamath, Kleinberg, 2012]

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Working our way up 1.With high probability, process will reach a stable configuration 2.Average run length independent of ring size 3.Average run length is modest

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Techniques Defn. A firewall is a sequence of w+1 consecutive individuals of the same type. Claim: Firewalls are stable with respect to the dynamics.

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Convergence Theorem. For any fixed window size w, as n grows, the probability that the process reaches a stable configuration converges to 1. Proof Sketch: 1.With high probability, there exists a firewall in the initial configuration 2.Individual has positive probability of joining a firewall, and can never leave

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Working our way up 1.With high probability, process will reach a stable configuration 2.Average run length independent of ring size 3.Average run length is modest

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An easy bound on run length Theorem. Ave run length in final state is O(2 w ). Proof. Expect to look O(2 w ) steps before we find a blue firewall in both directions Bounds length of a green firewall containing site Symmetric for a blue firewall containing site random site look for blue firewall

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Working our way up 1.With high probability, process will reach a stable configuration 2.Average run length independent of ring size 3.Average run length is modest

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Techniques 1.Define firewall incubators, frequent at initialization. 2.Show firewall incubators are likely to become firewalls. A blue firewall incubator, rich in blue nodes. A green firewall incubator, rich in green nodes.

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Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10 time t = 0

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time t = 40 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 80 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 120 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 160 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 260 (final) Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 160 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 120 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 80 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 40 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 0

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time t = 40 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 80 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 120 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 160 Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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time t = 260 (final) Simulation, n = 1000, w = 10

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Four steps to O(w 2 ) 1.Firewall incubators are common

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Firewall Incubators w sites Definition. The bias of a site i at time t is the sum of the signs of sites in its neighborhood. +1 +1 Bias = +3

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Firewall Incubators w+1 sites defender internalattacker w sites leftright Definition. A firewall incubator is a sequence of 3 biased blocks – left defender of length w+1, internal, right defender of length w+1. At least 2w + 2 sites, where the bias of every site is > w 1/2.

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Birth of a Firewall Incubator Lemma. For any 6w consecutive sites, theres a constant probability that a uniformly random labeling of sites contains a firewall incubator. Proof Sketch. Random walks + central limit theorem 0 5w 1/2 -2w 1/2

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Four steps to O(w 2 ) 1.Firewall incubators are common 2.Define an event in which an incubator deterministically becomes a firewall

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Lifecycle of a Firewall Incubator attackerdefender GOOD swap

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Lifecycle of a Firewall Incubator attackerdefender BAD swap

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Lifecycle of a Firewall Incubator Definition. The transcript is the sign-sequence obtained by associating each blue attacker with a +1, each green defender by a -1, and then listing signs in reverse-order of when individuals move. attackerdefender +1 +1 52861swap time: sign: transcript: +1, -1, +1, +1, -1 Proposition. If the partial sums of a transcript are non-negative, then the firewall incubator becomes a firewall

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Four steps to O(w 2 ) 1.Firewall incubators are common 2.There is an event in which an incubator deterministically becomes a firewall 3.Assuming swap order is random, this event happens

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Lifecycle of a Firewall Incubator Ballot Theorem. With probability (A – D)/(A + D), all the partial sums of a random permutation of A +1s and D -1s are positive. Firewall incubator definition implies 1.A-D Ɵ(w 0.5 )(bias condition of incubator) 2.A+D Ɵ(w)(length of attacker + defender) Each defender survives with probability (1/w 0.5 ) Incubator becomes a firewall with probability (1/w)

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Four steps to O(w 2 ) 1.Firewall incubators are common 2.There is an event in which an incubator deterministically becomes a firewall 3.Assuming swap order is random, this event happens 4.Swap order is close to random

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Lifecycle of a Firewall Incubator Swaps are random if there is # unhappy green = # unhappy blue.

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Wormalds Technique We show numbers are approx. equal using Wormalds theorem Theorem [Wormald]. Under suitable technical conditions, a discrete-time stochastic process is well approximated by the solution of a continuous-time differential equation Technically non-trivial due to complications with infinite differential equations Dont need to solve diff. eq., only exploit symmetry

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Firewall incubators occur every O(w) locations + Incubator becomes firewall with probability (1/w) = Firewalls occur every O(w 2 ) locations

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An better bound on run length Theorem. Ave run length in final state is O(w 2 ). Proof. Expect to look O(w 2 ) steps before we find a blue firewall in both directions Bounds length of a green firewall containing site Symmetric for a blue firewall containing site random site look for blue firewall

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Summary First rigorous analysis of Schellings segregation model on one-dimensional ring Demonstrated that only local, modest segregation occurs – Average run length is independent of n and poly(w) – Subsequent work: Ɵ(w) run length

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Open Questions Vary parameters (proportion and number of types, tolerance) Study segregation on other graphs – 2D grid

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