Posted by: cbouyio | 10 April, 2016

In classic game theory, we are often faced with multiple potential equilibria between which to select with no unequivocal way to choose between these alternatives. If you’ve ever heard Artem justify dynamic approaches, such as evolutionary game theory, then you’ve seen this equilibrium selection problem take center stage. Natural selection has an analogous ‘problem’ of […]

via Mutation-bias driving the evolution of mutation rates — Theory, Evolution, and Games Group

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