Effects Of Agent Representation On The Behavior Of A Non-reciprocal Cooperation Game

@inproceedings{Leahy2002EffectsOA,
  title={Effects Of Agent Representation On The Behavior Of A Non-reciprocal Cooperation Game},
  author={Nicole P. Leahy},
  booktitle={GECCO},
  year={2002}
}
Game theoretic models are often used to simulate phenomena observed in the natural world. It is generally assumed that the implementation (or representation) of the agents within a game has no significant effect on the outcome of simulations. To test this assumption the effect of changing the representation of agents in the nonreciprocal cooperation game studied by Riolo et al. (2001) was used. In addition to the implementation used by Riolo et al. (2001), agents were also represented as higher… CONTINUE READING

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