Beyond Cooperation-ism and Competition-ism (Exploring Social Phenomena with a Generalized Tit-For-Tat Model)

Elpida S, Tzafestas

We have used the generulized-tit-for-tat model to study phenomena in three exemplary cases. The first is an abstract "affection problem", where agents are trying to maximize the total affection they perceive. The second case studied is an artificial economy where agents are making expenses according to an individual need, as well as a social participation mechanism. The final example involves a set of producer agents living in a two-dimensional grid: each agent is satisfied when the social productivity standards in its position do not differ significantly from its own possibilities, otherwise it migrates to a neighboring place.


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