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2 Deductive Versus Evolutionary Approaches to Game Theory

@inproceedings{Marks20012DV,
  title={2 Deductive Versus Evolutionary Approaches to Game Theory},
  author={R. Marks},
  year={2001}
}
  • R. Marks
  • Published 2001
  • In 1987 the first published research appeared which used the Genetic Algorithm as a means of seeking better strategies in playing the repeated Prisoner’s Dilemma. Since then the application of Genetic Algorithms to game-theoretical models has been used in many ways. To seek better strategies in historical oligopolistic interactions, to model economic learning, and to explore the support of cooperation in repeated interactions. This brief survey summarises related work and publications over the… CONTINUE READING

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