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Neighborhood Diversity Promotes Cooperation in Social Dilemmas
How and why cooperation is able to prevail in social dilemma situations is an intensely investigated subject with much relevance for the well-being of human societies. Many mechanisms that promote cooperation have been identified within the theoretical framework of evolutionary game theory. Here, we advance the subject by relaxing the simplified assumption that each player in the population has the same number of interaction neighbors. This assumption indeed contradicts actual conditions, anddoi:10.1109/access.2017.2776966 fatcat:3inq3kjk5be3xdr6xvnm4mz6wi