Spatial evolutionary game theory: Hawks and Doves revisited

@article{Killingback1996SpatialEG,
  title={Spatial evolutionary game theory: Hawks and Doves revisited},
  author={Timothy Killingback and Michael Doebeli},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences},
  year={1996},
  volume={263},
  pages={1135 - 1144}
}
We consider a spatial generalization of evolutionary game theory in which strategies are distributed over a spatial array of sites. We assume that the strategy corresponding to a given site has local interactions with the strategies sitting on neighbouring sites, and that the strategies change if neighbouring strategies are doing better. After briefly setting the stage with a formal definition of spatial evolutionary game theory, we consider the spatial extension of the Hawk-Dove game, and we… CONTINUE READING

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