Pedro Ribeiro de Andrade, Antonio Miguel Vieira Monteiro, Gilberto Câmara and Sandra Sandri (2009)
Games on Cellular Spaces: How Mobility Affects Equilibrium
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation
vol. 12, no. 1 5
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Received: 01-Apr-2008 Accepted: 04-Jan-2009 Published: 31-Jan-2009
|Table 1: Game payoffs, in pairs (A, B)|
|B escalates||B does not escalate|
|A escalates||(-10, -10)||(+1, -1)|
|A does not escalate||(-1, +1)||(0, 0)|
|Figure 1a. Results of the first experiment: a) Number of agents|
|Figure 1b. Results of the first experiment: b) Money by groups|
|Figure 1c. Results of the first experiment: c) Owners by groups|
|Figure 1d. Results of the first experiment: d) Owners in the first 15 turns|
|Figure 2. Example of a run of the first experiment|
|Figure 3. Movements of each group in the first 150 turns|
|Figure 4a. Model with infinite Money: a) Movements of each group|
|Figure 4b. Model with infinite Money: b) Owners by groups|
|Table 2: Impact of the escalating probability in the movement|
|Turns before an agent moves||20.61||7.40||4.10|
|Expected movements by turn||58.22||162.16||292.68|
|Movements with infinite money||47.25||123.20||196.13|
|Figure 5. Agents of each group in the model with extra gain after turn 3000|
|Figure 6. Owners by group with six values of extra gain|
|Figure 7a. Results of a single run with eleven strategies: a) Owners in the first 15 turns|
|Figure 7b. Results of a single run with eleven strategies: b) Owners along the simulation|
|Figure 8. Summary of the eleven strategies at the end of the simulations|
|Figure 9. Ownership of strategies along all simulations|
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