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Evolutionary game theory: Temporal and spatial effects beyond replicator dynamics
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This review discusses temporal and spatial effects focusing on the non-trivial modifications they induce when compared to the outcome of replicator dynamics, and the hypothesis of linearity and its relation to the choice of the rule for strategy update is analyzed. Expand
Heterogeneous networks do not promote cooperation when humans play a Prisoner’s Dilemma
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The largest experiments to date with humans playing a spatial Prisoner’s Dilemma on a lattice and a scale-free network suggest that population structure has little relevance as a cooperation promoter or inhibitor among humans. Expand
Effect of spatial structure on the evolution of cooperation
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A systematic and exhaustive simulation in the different degrees of freedom of the problem shows the robustness of the effect of spatial structure against changes in the update rule, and refute what seems to be established opinions in the field. Expand
Social Experiments in the Mesoscale: Humans Playing a Spatial Prisoner's Dilemma
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It is found that the cooperation level declines to an asymptotic state with low but nonzero cooperation, and an agent-based model based on the coexistence of these different strategies that is in good agreement with all the experimental observations is proposed. Expand
GLYPTOGRAPSIDAE, A NEW BRACHYURAN FAMILY FROM CENTRAL AMERICA: LARVAL AND ADULT MORPHOLOGY, AND A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY OF THE GRAPSOIDEA
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A molecular phylogeny of the Grapsoidea, based on 16S mtDNA and including type genera of the five recognized families, confirms that the species of Glyptograpsus and Platychirograpsu together form a well-defined monophyletic unit that is distinct from all other taxa within the Grapevine. Expand
A comparative analysis of spatial Prisoner's Dilemma experiments: Conditional cooperation and payoff irrelevance
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A comparative analysis of data collected in three experiments on Prisoner's Dilemmas on lattices finds that the experiments do not provide significant evidence for non-innovative game dynamics such as imitate-the-best or pairwise comparison rules, whereas moody conditional cooperation is supported by the data from all three experiments. Expand
Molecular phylogeny, taxonomy, and evolution of nonmarine lineages within the American grapsoid crabs (Crustacea: brachyura).
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To resolve phylogenetic relationships among these highly adaptive crabs, portions of the mitochondrial genome corresponding to the 16S rRNA gene were sequenced for all grapsoid genera occurring in America and the resulting phylogeny confirms most of the present grapsid subfamilies but suggests reclassification of some of the genera and recognition of new taxonomic units. Expand
Marine biogeographic boundaries and human introduction along the European coast revealed by phylogeography of the prawn Palaemon elegans.
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A phylogeographic analysis for the widely distributed European littoral prawn Palaemon elegans revealed a surprisingly complex population structure, with Type III represents the most distinct haplogroup with high levels of nucleotide divergence, indicating the occurrence of a cryptic species with a Messinian origin. Expand
Altruism may arise from individual selection.
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This work introduces an agent-based model inspired on the Ultimatum Game, that allows it to go beyond the limitations of standard evolutionary game theory and show that individual selection can indeed give rise to strong reciprocity. Expand
Density Functional Theories of Hard Particle Systems
This chapter deals with the applications of the density functional (DF) formalism to the study of inhomogeneous systems with hard core interactions. It includes a brief tutorial on the fundamentalsExpand
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