Ecological public goods games: cooperation and bifurcation.

@article{Hauert2008EcologicalPG,
  title={Ecological public goods games: cooperation and bifurcation.},
  author={Christoph Hauert and Joe Yuichiro Wakano and Michael Doebeli},
  journal={Theoretical population biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={73 2},
  pages={
          257-63
        }
}
The Public Goods Game is one of the most popular models for studying the origin and maintenance of cooperation. In its simplest form, this evolutionary game has two regimes: defection goes to fixation if the multiplication factor r is smaller than the interaction group size N, whereas cooperation goes to fixation if the multiplication factor r is larger than the interaction group size N. Hauert et al. [Hauert, C., Holmes, M., Doebeli, M., 2006a. Evolutionary games and population dynamics… CONTINUE READING
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