Cooperation in Hunting and Food-Sharing: A Two-Player Bio-inspired Trust Model

@inproceedings{Buettner2009CooperationIH,
  title={Cooperation in Hunting and Food-Sharing: A Two-Player Bio-inspired Trust Model},
  author={Ricardo Buettner},
  booktitle={BIONETICS},
  year={2009}
}
This paper proposed a new bilateral model supporting cooperative behavior. It is inspired by cooperation in hunting [34,38] and food sharing of female vampire bats [56,57,58]. In this paper, it is postulated, that low bounding of food capacity (fast saturation) in conjunction with a high demand of food energy (fast starving without food) strongly supports cooperative behavior. These postulations are integrated within the proposed model as an extension of the prisoner dilemma [10,11,49]. 

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