Thusinthan Kajendran

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The Prisoner's Dilemma and the Public Goods Game are models to study mechanisms leading to the evolution of cooperation. From a simplified rational and egoistic perspective there should be no altruistic cooperation in these games at all. Previous studies observed circumstances under which cooperation can emerge. This paper demonstrates that high-order(More)
This paper presents results from extensive simulation studies on the iterated prisoner’s dilemma. Two models were implemented: a nongroup model in order to study fundamental principles of cooperation and a model to imitate ethnocentrism. Some extensions of Axelrod’s elementary model implemented individual reputation. We furthermore introduced group(More)
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