Deterministic Equations for Stochastic Spatial Evolutionary Games
Spatial evolutionary games model individuals who are distributed in a spa- tial domain and update their strategies upon playing a normal form game with their neighbors. We derive integro-differential equations as deterministic ap- proximations of the microscopic updating stochastic processes. This generalizes the known mean-field ordinary differential equations and provide a powerful tool to investigate the spatial effects in populations evolution. The determin- istic equations allow to identify many interesting features of the evolution of strategy profiles in a population, such as standing and traveling waves, and pattern formation, especially in replicator-type evolutions.
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