Strategy selection in structured populations.

@article{Tarnita2009StrategySI,
  title={Strategy selection in structured populations.},
  author={Corina E. Tarnita and Hisashi Ohtsuki and Tibor Antal and F. Fu and Martin A. Nowak},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={259 3},
  pages={570-81}
}
Evolutionary game theory studies frequency dependent selection. The fitness of a strategy is not constant, but depends on the relative frequencies of strategies in the population. This type of evolutionary dynamics occurs in many settings of ecology, infectious disease dynamics, animal behavior and social interactions of humans. Traditionally evolutionary game dynamics are studied in well-mixed populations, where the interaction between any two individuals is equally likely. There have also… CONTINUE READING
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