Evolutionary Game Theory Prepared for the Handbook on Dynamic Game Theory

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  title={Evolutionary Game Theory Prepared for the Handbook on Dynamic Game Theory},
  author={},
  year={2016}
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  • Published 2016
Evolutionary game theory developed as a means to predict the expected distribution of individual behaviors in a biological system with a single species that evolves under natural selection. It has long since expanded beyond its biological roots and its initial emphasis on models based on symmetric games with a finite set of pure strategies where payoffs result from random one-time interactions between pairs of individuals (i.e. on matrix games). The theory has been extended in many directions… CONTINUE READING

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