Extended Lansing-Kremer model of Balinese crop/water management with added religious transmission
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Simulations building on ideas from Lansing and Kremer's simulations of Balinese irrigation water management--starting from Marco Janssen's NetLogo implementation (see below). For example, I've added a separate channel of cultural transmission that represents the spread of religious influences in Balinese farming.

See:

Stephen Lansing, Priests and Programmers: Technologies of Power in the Engineered Landscape of Bali. Princeton University Press, 1991. Revised 2nd edition 2007.

Stephen Lansing, Perfect Order: Recognizing Complexity in Bali. Princeton University Press, 2006.

Marco Janssen's NetLogo implementation of the Lansing-Kremer model:
Janssen, Marco A. (2012, October 18). "Lansing-Kremer model of the Balinese irrigation system" (Version 2). CoMSES Computational Model Library. Retrieved from: http://www.openabm.org/model/2221/version/2.

Lansing, J.S., M.P. Cox, S.S. Downey, M.A. Janssen and J.W. Schoenfelder "A robust budding model of Balinese water temple networks" World Archaeology (2009) 41(1): 112-133.

Lansing, J. Stephen, James N. Kremer and Barbara B. Smuts, "System-dependent selection, ecological feedback and the emergence of functional structure in ecosystems", Journal of Theoretical Biology 1998, 192, 377-391.

Lansing, J. Stephen, and James N. Kremer, "Emergent Properties of Balinese Water Temple Networks: Coadaptation on a Rugged Fitness Landscape", American Anthropologist 1993, 95(1), pp. 97-114.

Marco A. Janssen, "Coordination in irrigation systems: An analysis of the Lansing-Kremer model of Bali", Agricultural Systems (2007) 93(1-3): 170-190.

Several other articles listed on Lansing's site www.slansing.org. Some are available as PDFs there.