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Periodic Attractor in the Discrete Time Best-Response Dynamics of the Rock-Paper-Scissors Game

The Rock-Paper-Scissors (RPS) game is a classic non-cooperative game widely studied in terms of its theoretical analysis as well as in its applications, ranging from sociology and biology to economics. In this work, we show that the attractor of …


Dynamic Pricing of New Products in Competitive Markets: A Mean-Field Game Approach

Dynamic pricing of new products has been extensively studied in monopolistic and oligopolistic markets. But, the optimal control and differential game tools used to investigate pricing behavior on markets with a number of firms are not well-suited …

19-10-2020 | Original Article

Stochastic Value Formation

We propose a simple model of value formation in two societies (communities). When forming values, individuals face conformity pressure within their own society and they are intolerant toward the other society. When such a value formation process …


Aspiration Can Promote Cooperation in Well-Mixed Populations As in Regular Graphs

Classical studies on aspiration-based dynamics suggest that dissatisfied individuals switch their strategies without taking into account the success of others. The imitation-based dynamics allow individuals to imitate successful strategies without …


Structural Heterogeneity and Evolutionary Dynamics on Complex Networks

The study of evolutionary games on networks has revealed the impact of population structure on evolutionary dynamics. Unlike the case in well-mixed population where defection is favored by natural selection, certain types of networks have shown to …

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