Dynamic motifs of strategies in prisoner’s dilemma games

@article{Kim2014DynamicMO,
  title={Dynamic motifs of strategies in prisoner’s dilemma games},
  author={Young Jin Kim and Myungkyoon Roh and Seon Young Jeong and Seung-Woo Son},
  journal={Journal of the Korean Physical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={65},
  pages={1709-1714}
}
We investigate the win-lose relations between strategies of iterated prisoner’s dilemma games by using a directed network concept to display the replicator dynamics results. In the giant strongly-connected component of the win/lose network, we find win-lose circulations similar to rock-paper-scissors and analyze the fixed point and its stability. Applying the network motif concept, we introduce dynamic motifs, which describe the population dynamics relations among the three strategies. Through… 
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