Quantum games on evolving random networks

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Pawela, Łukasz (2015)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.physa.2016.04.022
  • Subject: Physics - Physics and Society | Quantum Physics
    arxiv: Physics::Physics and Society | Quantitative Biology::Populations and Evolution | Computer Science::Computer Science and Game Theory

We study the advantages of quantum strategies in evolutionary social dilemmas on evolving random networks. We focus our study on the two-player games: prisoner's dilemma, snowdrift and stag-hunt games. The obtained result show the benefits of quantum strategies for the ... View more
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