Moral assessment in indirect reciprocity

@inproceedings{Sigmund2012MoralAI,
  title={Moral assessment in indirect reciprocity},
  author={Karl Sigmund},
  booktitle={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={2012}
}
Indirect reciprocity is one of the mechanisms for cooperation, and seems to be of particular interest for the evolution of human societies. A large part is based on assessing reputations and acting accordingly. This paper gives a brief overview of different assessment rules for indirect reciprocity, and studies them by using evolutionary game dynamics. Even the simplest binary assessment rules lead to complex outcomes and require considerable cognitive abilities. 
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