A glimpse of SHARE's simple visual interface. Left: altruistic foragers are blue, selfish foragers are red, plants are green, and animal carcasses are white. Each of these agents has its own set of internal variables and behaviors. Upper right: log of agent communication and agent interactions. Right: line graph of selfish (orange) and altruistic (blue) forager populations through simulated time. Lower right: line graph of within-group (orange) and between-group (blue) selection through simulated time.

From Beyond illustration: 2d and 3d digital technologies as tools for discovery in archaeology by Bernard Frischer and Anastasia Dakouri-Hild

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  • European: Ancient to 400 C.E.
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  • Figure 1 A glimpse of SHARE's simple visual interface. Left: altruistic foragers are blue, selfish foragers are red, plants are green, and animal carcasses are white. Each of these agents has its own set of internal variables and behaviors. Upper right: log of agent communication and agent interactions. Right: line graph of selfish (orange) and altruistic (blue) forager populations through simulated time. Lower right: line graph of within-group (orange) and between-group (blue) selection through simulated time.