Ordering structured populations in multiplayer cooperation games

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Peña, Jorge; Wu, Bin; Traulsen, Arne;

Spatial structure greatly affects the evolution of cooperation. While in two-player games the condition for cooperation to evolve depends on a single structure coefficient, in multiplayer games the condition might depend on several structure coefficients, making it diff... View more
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