Co-Evolution and Spatial Interactoin
AbstractThis paper investigates the phenomenon of co- evolution. Co-evolution exists when behaviour evolves and agent fitness depends on the evolving behaviour of other agents. An evolutionary model where agents are located on a torus and play repeated prisoner'
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