Evolution theory system theory game theory Biocentric Modeling

  title={Evolution theory system theory game theory Biocentric Modeling},
  author={Franz Pichler and Veronika Hofer and Ernő K{\'a}llai and {\'E}tienne B{\'e}othy and Peter Weibel and Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau and Werner Leinfellner and Istv{\'a}n Kardos and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Beke and Chikako Nakayama and Eckehart K{\"o}hler and Peter Schuster and Karl Sigmund},
Mathematical abstraction unquestionably represents the non plus ultra of technology transfer. Therefore it is not surprising that the nnost radically diverse thinker of the twentieth century was a mathematician: the Hungarian John von Neumann. He quite consciously cultivated this diversity, which led him apparently effortlessly from mathematical logic to quantum physics or from hydrodynamics to meteorology At times it seems that he directed his interests toward a new field precisely because it… 


Evolution and the Theory of Games
It is beginning to become clear that a range of problems in evolution theory can most appropriately be attacked by a modification of the theory of games, a branch of mathematics first formulated by Von Neumann and Morgenstern in 1944 for the analysis of human conflicts.
Evolutionary games and spatial chaos
MUCH attention has been given to the Prisoners' Dilemma as a metaphor for the problems surrounding the evolution of coopera-tive behaviour1–6. This work has dealt with the relative merits of various
Spatial games and the maintenance of cooperation.
It is shown here that the essential results remain valid in more realistic situations where the spatial distributions of cells are random in two or three dimensions, and where winning is partly probabilistic (rather than being determined by the largest local total).
Evolutionary game theory can be extended to include spatial dimensions. The individual players are placed in a two-dimensional spatial array. In each round every individual “plays the game” with its
Models Of Strategic Rationality
1. Reexamination of the Perfectness Concept for Equilibrium Points in Extensive Games.- 2. The Chain Store Paradox.- 3. A Note on Evolutionarily Stable Strategies in Asymmetric Animal Conflicts.- 4.
A principle of natural self-organization
An analysis of experimental data regarding RNA and DNA replication at various levels of organization reveals, that a sufficient amount of information for the build up of a translation machinery can be gained only via integration of several different replicative units (or reproductive cycles) through functional linkages.
Evolutionary biotechnology-theory, facts and perspectives
An abridged account of the theory of molecular evolution, as well as its application to biotechnology, and a brief discussion of new techniques for the massively parallel handling and screening of very small probes as is required for the spatial separation and selection of genotypes.