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演講公告
  • 標題:Evolutionary games and analytical approximations on complex networks
  • 公告日期:2016-12-13

 

Speaker: Dr. Hsuan-Wei Lee (李宣緯博士)
Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Sociology, The University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Title: Evolutionary games and analytical approximations on complex networks
 
Time: 16:10–17:00, Monday, December 19, 2016
 
Venue: Room 070221, 2F, Zhixi Building (志希樓2 樓e 化教室)
 
Refreshment: Refreshments will be served in Faculty Lounge 30 minutes before the talk.
 
Abstract: Investigations have taken place on different evolutionary games played on random graphs and social networks. Individuals could play a prisoner dilemma game on a graph with various strategies and the option to switch partners, hence, this game could be put into a framework of coevolving networks. We follow the node-based dynamics, which means each node can use only one strategy (cooperate or defect) towards all his or her neighbors. In it, we improve the existing pair approximation
(PA) by using approximate master equations (AMEs), and we explore the parameter spaces and get accurate approximations of the dynamics and the degree distribution of the stationary states. We study a variation of the existing partner-switching
model in more details. We investigate the evolution, predict the stationary states of the networks, and compare the total utilities and other qualitative differences between these two models. A potential application to the framework of international free trade agreement will also be discussed in the talk.

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