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Tribute Program Notes

For description of Axelrod's Tribute Program see:

Robert Axelrod, "A Model of the Emergence of New Poltical Actors," Santa Fe Inst. Working Paper 93-11-068, November 1993.

The source program is "almost" self-documenting once the paper is studied. The input parameters of a run are entered by changing the values of the constants at the head of the program.

The language is THINK Pascal for a Mac.

Robert Axelrod

Institute of Public Policy Studies

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI 48109

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