The Complexity of Cooperation: Agent-based Models of Competition and Collaboration Game Theory, Agent-based Modeling, and the Evolution of Social Behavior

@inproceedings{AxelrodTheCO,
  title={The Complexity of Cooperation: Agent-based Models of Competition and Collaboration Game Theory, Agent-based Modeling, and the Evolution of Social Behavior},
  author={Robert Axelrod}
}
T he latest volume in the series of Princeton Studies in Complexity is Robert Axelrod's sequel to his influential book, The Evolution of Cooperation [1]. The earlier book was an extended commentary on his pioneering computer simulations of cooperation and competition in the iterated Prisoner's Dilemma game, originally reported in 1980 and discussed in a prize-winning journal article [2]. The new book consists of an introduction and seven chapters extending and developing the earlier research in… CONTINUE READING
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