Evolutionary Stability of Constant Consistent Conjectures
AbstractThe paper shows that there is a close connection between (constant) consistent conjectures in a given game and evolutionary stability of conjectures. Evolutionarily stable conjectures are consistent and consistent conjectures are the only interior candidates for evolutionary stability.
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consistent conjectures; evolutionarily stable strategy; indirect evolution;
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