Segregation Simulator


The segregation applet simulates the movement of people between houses within a "city."  The city is a square that is divided into 10 x 10 "tracts" which are in turn divided into a grid of smaller squares. Each small square in the city represents a house that can be vacant or occupied by a red, blue, or a green square.

In the applet you can set up rules to restrict the movement of different colors and run the simulation to see how these rules affect the distribution of city residents. 
There are two versions of the applet. Both do the same thing, but one or the other may work better with your browser.

Segregation Simulation Applet Programming by B.P.Reid (www.BPReid.com)