Cooperation on the monte carlo rule Prison's dilemma game on the grid

  title={Cooperation on the monte carlo rule Prison's dilemma game on the grid},
  author={Jiadong Wu and Chengye Zhao},
In this paper, we investigate the prison's dilemma game with monte carlo rule in the view of the idea of the classic Monte Carlo method on the grid. Monte carlo rule is an organic combination of the current dynamic rules of individual policy adjustment, which not only makes full use of information but also reflects the individual's bounded rational behavior and the ambivalence between the pursuit of high returns and high risks. In addition, it also reflects the individual's behavioral… Expand


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