Original paper

The evolution of cooperation in spatial public goods game with conditional peer exclusion

Volume: 29, Issue: 10
Published: Oct 1, 2019
Abstract
Social exclusion can prevent free riders from participating in social activities and deprive them of sharing cooperative benefits, which is an effective mechanism for the evolution of cooperation. However, traditional peer-exclusion strategies are unconditional, and as long as there are defectors in the group, they will pay a cost to exclude the defectors. In reality, one of the reasons for the complexity of these strategies is that individuals...
Paper Details
Title
The evolution of cooperation in spatial public goods game with conditional peer exclusion
Published Date
Oct 1, 2019
Volume
29
Issue
10
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