Chao Wang
Anhui University of Technology
CounterintuitiveAlgorithmZero-sum gameMathematical economicsNormal-form gameEconomicsScreening gameMicroeconomicsGame theoryRepeated gameClustering coefficientChaoticCoopetitionParrondo's paradoxDilemmaRumorCompetition (economics)Isogeometric analysisPopulationShape optimizationMathematicsComplex networkComputer scienceSimulationNode (networking)Basis functionSequential gameNatural frequencyParticle swarm optimizationDegree distributionSimultaneous game
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#1Neng-gang Xie (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 10
#2Yun Chen (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 2
Last. Chao Wang (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 7
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Abstract A multi-agent spatial Parrondo game model is designed according to the cooperative Parrondo’s paradox proposed by Toral. The model is composed of game A and game B. Game A is a zero-sum game between individuals, reflecting competitive interaction between an individual and its neighbors. The winning or losing probability of one individual in game B depends on its neighbors’ winning or losing states, reflecting the dependence that individuals has on microhabitat and the overall constraint...
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#1Lin-Gang Wang (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 3
#2Neng-gang Xie (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 10
Last. Ye Ye (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 9
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The paper devises a Parrondo's game model of biotic population with the network as its spatial carrier, trying to analyze individual's coopetition behavior and investigate the degree distribution of the heterogeneity on the impact of coopetition. The populational Parrondo's game model consists of a zero-sum game among individuals and a negative sum game between individuals and environment. In terms of relations of zero-sum game, four patterns are defined: cooperation, competition, harmony, and p...
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Sep 23, 2010 in ICNC (International Conference on Natural Computation)
#1Gang Xu (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 3
#2Neng-gang Xie (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 10
Last. Ye Ye (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 9
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For research on individuals' coopetition in biological systems, the author designs a Parrondo's game model of biotic population, which displays two game relations in the course of individuals' survival and evolution: (1) zero-sum game among individuals (Game A). Game A represents the interaction mechanism among individuals. In this article, game relations among individuals are defined as the following five patterns: cooperation, competition, inaction, harmony and Matthew. Survival adaptability o...
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Sep 23, 2010 in ICNC (International Conference on Natural Computation)
#1Lin-Gang Wang (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 3
#2Neng-gang Xie (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 10
Last. Rui Meng (Anhui University of Technology)
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In this article, the author designs a Parrondo's game model of biotic population with complex network as its spatial carrier, trying to analyze the individual's competitive and cooperative behaviour, Investigate the degree distribution of the heterogeneity on the impact of Coopetition. The populational Parrondo's game model includes zero-sum games among individuals and the negative sum-up games between individuals and environment. In terms of zero-sum game relations, four patterns are defined: c...
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Jul 7, 2010 in WCICA (World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation)
#1Lin-Gang Wang (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 3
#2Neng-gang Xie (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 10
Last. Rui Meng (Anhui University of Technology)H-Index: 5
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In this article, the author designs a Parrondo's game model of biotic population with the BA scale-free network as its spatial carrier, trying to analyze the individual's competitive and cooperative behaviour. The populational Parrondo's game model includes zero-sum games among individuals and the negative sum-up games between individuals and environment. In terms of zero-sum game relations, four patterns are defined: cooperation, competition, harmony, and Matthew patterns. The simulating calcul...
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