Topology dependent payoffs can lead to escape from prisoner's dilemma

@article{Sinha2021TopologyDP,
  title={Topology dependent payoffs can lead to escape from prisoner's dilemma},
  author={Saptarshi Sinha and Deep Nath and Soumen Kumar Roy},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2006.14593}
}
Evolutionary game theory attempts to understand the stability of cooperation in spatially restricted populations. Maintenance of cooperation is difficult, especially in the absence of spatial restrictions. There have been numerous studies of games played on graphs. It is well recognised that the underlying graph topology significantly influences the outcome of such games. A natural yet unexplored question is whether the topology of the underlying structures on which the games are played possess… 
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