Agent-Based Evolutionary Game Dynamics
by L.R. Izquierdo, S.S. Izquierdo, W.H. Sandholm
Publisher: Pressbooks 2019
Number of pages: 129
This book is a guide to implement simple agent-based evolutionary models using NetLogo. All the models we implement are agent-based, i.e. individual agents and their interactions are explicitly represented in the models. To formalise agents' interactions we use the basic framework of Evolutionary Game Theory.
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