Emergent Conventions in Evolutionary Games

@inproceedings{Huyck2008EmergentCI,
  title={Emergent Conventions in Evolutionary Games},
  author={John B. Van Huyck},
  year={2008}
}
Acknowledgments: The National Science Foundation and Texas Advanced Research Program provided financial support. A faculty development leave at the University of Pittsburgh provided time to write this paper. 1 The definition is from Lewis (1969) who demonstrated that it is useful to model people using sounds, gestures, or symbols to communicate things to one another as a coordination game and he used game theory to explain what it means to say that language is a convention. 2 Experience… CONTINUE READING

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