The Coevolution of Automata in the Repeated Prisoner ' s Dilemma

  title={The Coevolution of Automata in the Repeated Prisoner ' s Dilemma},
  author={John H. Miller}
The coevolution of strategies in the repeated Prisoner's Dilemma game is studied under both perfect and imperfect information conditions. Players are required to submit. strategies in the form of finite automata in order to participate in the game. By applying recent developments from the study of genetic algorithms in computer science, an explicit environment and selection process are derived. Using this framework, the effect of imperfect information on the development of cooperation and… CONTINUE READING
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