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Abstract: Prisoner's Dilemma-----Prisoner's Dilemma Revisited: A New Strategy Based on the General System Problem Solving Framework François E. Cellier Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering The University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona 85721 U.S.A. e-mail: Cellier@ECE.Arizona.Edu Keywords Prisoner's Dilemma Game Theory General System Problem Solving Framework Forecasting Computer Software Abstract In this paper, the famo
An Ethic Based on the Prisoner's Dilemma-----An Ethic Based on the Prisoner's Dilemma The lesson of the prisoner's dilemma, that Tit for Tat is the soundest and even the most ethical strategy, runs counter to the teachings of the New Testament. Instead of turning the other cheek, Tit for Tat teaches you the old Testament doctrine of an eye for an eye. In my childhood, the phrase tit for tat never denoted justice; instead, it always was used
Bibliography on the Prisoner's Dilemma Bibliography on the Prisoner's Dilemma. This bibliography is a part of the Computer Science Bibliography Collection.The Collection ofComputer Science Bibliographies Up: Bibliographies on Artificial Intelligence Collection Home Bibliography on the Prisoner's Dilemma [   About   |  Browse   |   Statistics   ] Number of references:111Last update:December 14, 1996Number of online publications:1Supported:UnknownMost recent reference:1996 Information on the Bibliography Author: Yishay Mor Distri
Chaos, cheating and cooperation: potential solutions to the Prisoner's Dilemma-----
Cooperation and the Prisoner's Dilemma-----Cooperation and the Prisoner's Dilemma Basic Question: When should an individual cooperate, and when is it more beneficial for a person to be selfish and not cooperate? INTRODUCTION We live in a world where people do not always do the right, moral thing and sometimes have a tendency to look after themselves and their own first. In some cases, it is more important for a person to benefit from a si
Curriculum Workshop: The Prisoner's Dilemma-----The Prisoner's Dilemma An Alternative Pedagogy National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This material was presented and discussed by Alannah Orrison of Saddleback College during one of the seminar's curriculum workshops. It is especially pertinent to classes in political science, anthropology, history, economics, sociology and other social and behavioral scienc
Demographic Prisoner's Dilemma-----Return to the Brookings Home Page   Demographic Prisoner's Dilemma This JAVA applet implements the agent-based model presented in Joshua M. Epstein, "Zones of Cooperation in Demographic Prisoner's Dilemma," (Santa Fe Institute Working Paper 97-12-094). To set payoffs, mutation rates, initial agents, and other parameters, click on the Model Setup button. When you've entered your assumptions, click
Doctor Nerve Articles-----Articles/Interviews/Papers Read about Lottery, a computer network piece based on Prisoner's Dilemma Game Theory Read an editorial tapped from Beer, the Magazine Read an interview drawn from the Subversive Workshop's plasma Read another interview from Marquee Magazine (Japan) Read a conversation with Jim Dorsch about computer music Full unedited text of an article that appeared in The Wire Read ab
Document bio/199806002-----M. Oliphant (1998) Evolving cooperation in the non-iterated prisoner's dilemma: The importance of spatial organization. In: R. and Maes P. Brooks (ed.) Proceedings of the Fourth Artificial Life Workshop, Summer, 1998. 349-352. Boston, MA. MIT Press. Keywords: prisoner's dilemma, evolution of altruism, genetic algorithm, spatial organization, game theory Abstract:Most work on evolving cooperation
Home Page for Jeffrey Paul Goldberg Home Page for Jeffrey Paul Goldberg containing contact information, lists of other Jeff Goldbergs, lists of pages he maintains.Personal Home Page for Jeffrey Paul Goldberg Last Modified Tue May 20 12:30:21 BST 1997 This is my personal home page. My impersonal home page is also available. My working hours Now (as of 1 October, 1996) that I have gone part-time, it is useful to list my expected hours for the current and coming weeks. Basic Information Jeffrey Paul Goldberg J.Goldberg@Cranfield.ac.uk Information Assistant/Co
ICQ List -Prisoner's Dilemma-----Prisoner's Dilemma ICQ User List The Prisoner's Dilemma site has chosen ICQ as the preferred method of communication between its members. ICQ empowers members with a means to chat whenever they like and enables them to share ideas, discuss similar interests or anything else. I encourage all members to get ICQ and provide me with their ICQ numbers. I will list the ICQ numbers of members below, all
ICQ Public Chat Room-----  Prisoner's Dilemma ICQ Chat Room The Prisoner's Dilemma site has chosen ICQ as the preferred method of communication between its members. ICQ empowers members with a means to chat whenever they like and enables them to share ideas, discuss similar interests or anything else. All interested in joining our discussions are invited. Chat Room's Information:   NAME:   PrisonersDilemma   CATEGORY:  
IPD Data Base-----$B#E#S#S$K$D$$$F$N5DO@(B Robert Boyd "Mistakes Allow Evolutionary Stability in the Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Game" J.theor.Biol.,136.47-56,1989 Joseph Farrell,Roger Ware "Evolutionary Stability in the Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma" THEORETICAL POPULATION BIOLOGY 36,161-166,1989 Jeffrey Lorberbaum,M.D. "No Strategy is Evolutionarily Stable in the Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma" J.theor. Biol.(1994)
Insights From the Prisoner's Dilemma Exercise-----MAN595, Fall 1997 Insights From the Prisoner's Dilemma Exercise   1. Trust was a major issue 2. Methods used to increase trust a. policing-surveillance b. collateral-hat would be kept as penalty for violation c. compensation-high stakes d. contracts-sharing payoffs e. communication-between groups, not within (norms) 3. Prisoner's dilemmas in management a. cartels (oil pricing example) b. union-ma
It's All A Prisoner's Dilemma-----You're at Question Mark, written by a guy without the answers. The following was posted on 3/3/97. It's All A Prisoner's Dilemma About Question Mark Archives Tools I Use Donations Accepted Links Write me So there you are in the isolated cellblock. Your partner is isolated in a similar cell, with no means of communicating with you. Whether or not you're guilty of the crime in this scenario is moot
Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma We are working on the Classical Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma as well as on some variations of this pure model of cooperation study.The Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma This page has been visited times Keywords : artificial life, dilemma, prisoner, ecological competition Team : Bruno Beaufils, Jean-Paul Delahaye, Philippe Mathieu If you want ... An abstract of the game Our IPD Applets. We have built many applets to help you to learn the game. You must have a browser compatible with JDK1.1 A simulation software for DOS and UNIX. An
Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma-----The Encounter Game is being retired It was an Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma type game but unlike computer simulations, this one had actual people. So players could change strategies whenever they wanted. It was not very scientific but perhaps like the real world. Here are the results Here is the game Here are some links on Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma Chaos, cheating and cooperation: potential solut
Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma - Sneaker Chat Room Game based on Prisoners Dilemma game theory as described in the book The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins (1989 p. 205).Prisoner's Dilemma - Sneaker Chat Room A chat room for Prisoner's Dilemma and Interactive Prisoner's Dilemma sites. These sites are based on Prisoners Dilemma game theory which is widely used to demonstrate the evolution of co-operation. All interested in joining discussions about Prisoner's Dilemma or related topics are invited. SneakerChat requires a Java enabled browser. If you are seeing this
Jeux: The Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma-----Jeux: The Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma in Java This applet was Created with Roaster™ updated: Jul 23, 1997 The original QBASIC version by Alun L. Lloyd Detailed description of the concept of Prisoner's Dilemma, see below. A. L. $B%m%$%I(J, "$B?M$N%8%l%s%^!&%2!`$r:n$m$&(J" $BF|7P%5%$%(%s%9(J (Scientific American Japanese Edition), vol.287, no.8, pp.58-61, August 1995. Lloyd, A. L., "Computing
Mathematical Analysis of Games-----Mathematical Analysis of Games Project WISE, Spring, 1998 Center for High Pressure Research This workshop, which is being conducted by the Center for High Pressure Research (CHiPR) for the Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) program at SUNY Stony Brook, will focus on games of strategy designed for one, two, and several players.  These will include the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma, Big Net Litt
Miscellaneous Book Reviews-----Reviews of Science Books Book reviews are listed alphabetically according to the author's last name. New reviews will appear in a special section at the top of the list for a month before being alphabetized. Each review is dated so you can tell when new ones have been added. Also, when the author has written or officially sponsored a web page, I will try to include a link to it. If you know of a
PD Abstract-----Evolving Cooperation in the Non-Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma: The Importance of Spatial Organization Michael Oliphant Department of Cognitive Science University of California, San Diego Published as: Oliphant, M. (1994). Evolving cooperation in the non-iterated prisoner's dilemma: The importance of spatial organization. In Brooks, R. and Maes, P. (Eds.) Proceedings of the fourth artificial life wo
PNAS Human cooperation in the simultaneous and the alternating Prisoner's Dilemma: Pavlov versus Generous Tit-for-Tat-----Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesVolume 93, Number 07; Pages: 2686-2689Evolution Human cooperation in the simultaneous and the alternating Prisoner's Dilemma: Pavlov versus Generous Tit-for-Tat Claus Wedekind, Manfred Milinski © 1996 by the National Academy of Sciences ABSTRACT The iterated Prisoner's Dilemma has become the paradigm for the evolution of cooperation among egoists. Si
Prisoner's Dilemma-----The prisoner's dilemma is the story of two criminals who have been arrested for a heinous crime and are being interrogated separately. Each knows that if neither of them talks, the case against them is weak and they will be convicted and punished for lesser charges. If this happens, each will get one year in prison. If both confess, each will get 20 years in prison. If only one confesses and test
Prisoner's Dilemma-----Prisoners' Dilemma This classic problem of game theory sheds light on many of the problems that have plagued ethical and political philosophers throughout history. It addresses that class of situations in which there is a fundamental conflict between what is a rational choice for an individual member of a group and for the group as a whole. It helps us understand how such dilemmas can be resolved
Prisoner's Dilemma-----Prisoner's Dilemma The Prisoner's Dilemma problem is the classic problem for examining how computer's (people even!) participate in relationships in which cooperation is beneficial. (I don't have any original references handy yet - I will find them). Essentially the game examines the benefits of cooperation within a 2 entity relationship using a simple payoff matrix. 1. The game may have any even
Prisoner's Dilemma-----Prisoner's Dilemma John von Neumann, Game Theory, and the Puzzle of the Bomb by William Poundstone Raymond M. Smullyan: I was thoroughly carried away by Prisoner's Dilemma; it is one of the most fascinating and informative books I have read in years. The scientific and mathematical aspects, the biographical and historical materials, with their thought-provoking sociological ramifications, are abso
Prisoner's Dilemma Protocols-----Next: The SHERFACS International Up: Existing Text Models Previous: Butterworth Conflict Narratives Prisoner's Dilemma Protocols Hurwitz (1990) has parsed and represented the largest amount of text (over 100 pages) yet processed by RELATUS. He has entered protocols of sequential prisoner's dilemma (SPD) games, originally acquired from a series of experiments conducted by Alker with M.I.T. undergr
Program Announcements: New IPD Simulator version available-----New IPD Simulator version available Mathieu Philippe (mathieu@lifl.fr) 22 Apr 1996 10:40:06 GMT Next message: Brian Hill: "Mac implementaion of Langton Ant rules" Previous message: Andrew Rowbottom: "Re: Latham's FormSynth" Dear Netters, Our last IPD Simulator version is now available on http://www.lifl.fr/~mathieu/ipd or by anonymous ftp : ftp.lifl.fr in pub/users/mathieu/soft If you write your
Question Mark: Cooperation Has Its Drawbacks-----You're at Question Mark, written by a guy without the answers.The following was posted on 3/10/97. New columns appear about once a week; past columns are in the Archives. Cooperation Has Its Drawbacks About Question Mark Archives Tools I Use Donations Accepted Links Write me After my previous column, It's All A Prisoner's Dilemma, one skeptical reader took me to task: simply cooperating all the t
The 2-Player Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma The 2-Player Iterated Prisoner's DilemmaNext: Speciation by Implicit Fitness-Sharing Up: Towards Automatic Modularisation Previous: Towards Automatic Modularisation The 2-Player Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma The problem we are interested in here is the 2-player iterated prisoner's dilemma (2IPD)  [4]. All the rules in the rule-based system encode strategies for playing the game. Figure 2 shows our variant of the payoff matrix of the 2IPD
The Economics of thePrisoner's Dilemma: A Background-----  The Economics of the Prisoner's Dilemma: A Background   Authors: Bryan R. Routledge   Abstract: Some of the game theoretic foundations of the prisoner's dilemma (pd) are presented. The brief survey covers the one-shot, finitely repeated and infinitely repeated versions of the game. The description of the one-shot game includes a discussion of the dominant strategy nature of the equilibrium and
The Ethical Spectacle-----THE ETHICAL SPECTACLE(TM) Vol. I, No. 9 September 1995 The Prisoner's Dilemma Introduction: We Are All Prisoners The Prisoner's Dilemma in: Business The Holocaust Litigation Love The Movies Politics Software Development Welfare: Between the States; The Poor and the Rest of Us Variations: The Gandhi Game The Scorpion An Ethic Based on the Prisoner's Dilemma Sources Leon Felkins on the Social Dilem
The Ethical Spectacle-----THE ETHICAL SPECTACLE(TM) Vol. I, No. 9 September 1995 The Prisoner's Dilemma Introduction: We Are All Prisoners The Prisoner's Dilemma in: Business The Holocaust Litigation Love The Movies Politics Software Development Welfare: Between the States; The Poor and the Rest of Us Variations: The Gandhi Game The Scorpion An Ethic Based on the Prisoner's Dilemma Sources Leon Felkins on the Social Dilem
The Prisoner's Dilemma-----The Prisoner's Dilemma The prisoner's dilemma is a fun little game theory problem. Now you have the chance to play it against a computer opponent! If you're having problems with this page, please email danielsm@ucsub.colorado.edu I'm quite sorry, but your browser evidently doesn't support Java... The prisoner's dilemma was originally formulated by mathematician Albert W. Tucker and has since beco
The Prisoner's Dilemma-----Previous The Prisoner's Dilemma Because the Nash equilibrium in the prisoner's dilemma is Pareto suboptimal, individual self-interest is simply a trap rather than a sufficient mechanism for group efficiency. Smith and Jones must use some sort of social interaction other than individual pursuit of self-interest if they are to achieve an efficient group outcome. But how? Consider the problem of com
The Prisoner's Dilemma Games (pdg)-----Interested in being a sponsor? The Prisoner's Dilemma Games (pdg) Contact: majordomo@ifi.uio.no Purpose: For game theory, especially Prisoner's Dilemma type of problems. Purely technical issues and questions, discussions of specific scientific applications, as well as political and ideological aspects and consequences of game theory are welcome. It is a hope that the li
The Prisoner's Dilemma at the Movies-----The Prisoner's Dilemma at the Movies Every film noir involves a prisoner's dilemma. In all movies of this genre, the universe is alien and rather frightening; no-one's motives are quite clear; in a morally barren world, the characters have the opportunity to forge bonds of loyalty or to betray each other. In one variation, the heist movie, freelance criminals team up to commit a robbery; if all c
The Prisoner's Dilemma in Relationships-----The Prisoner's Dilemma in Relationships Any two party relationship--employer-employee, priest-penitent, lawyer-client--implies a prisoner's dilemma. The relationship between lovers is no exception. Love implies sacrifices. Making a sacrifice for someone you love is playing the cooperation card. A failure to make a sacrifice in return, a dishonesty or infidelity, is a defection. Sucker's payoffs i
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Central Recording Sheet-----Central Recording Sheet The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page provides a Central Recording Sheet for running an iterated Prisoner's Dilemma in the classroom, as discussed on the Prisoner's Dilemma page. You will need one sheet for each 20 students, for each 2 rounds. So, for example, to run a 40-student exper
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Holocaust Resistance-----Holocaust Resistance The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page is based on widespread Danish resistance to the occupying Nazi's policy of deporting Danish Jews to concentration and death camps. The story that King Kristian X wore the yellow star Jews were forced to wear in Nazi Germany, and that he led other Dane
The Prisoner's Dilemma: In the Trenches-----The Trenches of World War I The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page provides a scenario in which the Row player is one soldier in the trenches of World War I, and the Column player is one of many soldiers on the other side. This page follows Robert Axelrod's excellent analysis of the emergence of spontaneous an
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Iterated and Interactive-----The Prisoner's Dilemma Iterated and Interactive This was originally done for Channel Zero, a video magazine that now seems to be defunct (and de-funked). The Prisoner's Dilemma was discovered in 1950 by Melvin Drescher and Merrill Flood, who both worked at the RAND Corporation. Albert W. Tucker gave it its name and wrote the first article about it. It's since become well-studied in philosophy, ga
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Morally Neutral Form-----Morally Neutral Form The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page provides Robert Axelrod's morally neutral description of the Prisoner's Dilemma in normal form, to assist either in explaining or in simulating the game during class, as discussed on the Prisoner's Dilemma page. Game Theory in the Classroom The Prison
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Open Sea Fishing-----Open Sea Fishing The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page provides a scenario in which the Row player is one fisherman, and the Column player represents the other fishermen in the area. This situation models the "Tragedy of the Commons," and explores whether voluntary action can avoid it. The keys to avoiding it
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Pair Member Record-----Pair Member Record The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page provides a Pair Member Record for running an iterated Prisoner's Dilemma in the classroom, as discussed on the Prisoner's Dilemma page. You will need only one of these for each set of 20 students. Pair Member Record Pair Student # Student # Pair A: Pair
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Sources-----The Prisoner's Dilemma: Sources Books Axelrod, The Evolution of Cooperation, (Basic Books, 1984). The best book available on the dilemma. Axerod is the political scientist who in 1980 ran a computer tournament in which programs played the p.d. against one another. The book analyzes the insights the p.d. gives us into society, nuclear strategy, biology and other fields. Dawkins, The Selfish Gene(O
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Student Recording Sheet-----Student Recording Sheet The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page provides a Student Recording Sheet for running an iterated Prisoner's Dilemma in the classroom, as discussed on the Prisoner's Dilemma page. You will need at least one sheet for each student. Each sheet covers a maximum of 30 rounds. Student Record
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Student's Dilemma-----The Student's Dilemma The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page provides a scenario in which the Row player is one student in a class graded on a curve, and the Column player represents all the other students. This page is to assist either in explaining or in simulating the game during class, as discussed on the
The Prisoner's Dilemma: Trade vs. Raid-----Trade vs. Raid The Prisoner's Dilemma in the Classroom National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar Saddleback College Summer 1997 This page provides a scenario in which the Row player is one group, nation or tribe, and the Column player is another. Each group has an asset the other wants; this issue is how to get it. This page is to assist either in explaining or in simulating the game during c
The Three-Player Prisoner's Dilemma The Three-Player Prisoner's DilemmaNext: Problem 8 Up: No Title Previous: Problem 7 The Three-Player Prisoner's Dilemma So far, all of our prisoner's dilemma examples have involved two players (and, indeed, most game-theory research on the prisoner's dilemma has focused on two-player games). But it is possible to create a prisoner's dilemma game involve three - or even more - players. Strategies from the two-player game do not nec
zzz /tpj/tpd-results/Bra...-----From orwant@home.media.mit.edu Tue Apr 30 15:13:19 1996 Content-Type: text/plain Mime-Version: 1.0 (NeXT Mail 3.3 v116.1) From: Jon Orwant Date: Tue, 30 Apr 96 15:00:23 -0700 To: media.mit.edu!orwant@plethora.media.mit.edu Subject: Prisoner's Dilemma contest Reply-To: media.mit.edu!orwant@home.media.mit.edu Begin forwarded message: Date: Tue, 30 Apr 1996 10:04:46 -0
the relink page-----Those are the pages I found that link to any of my pages:    Physical Geography Internet Links : Biogeography / Ecology  Information Commons Paper Draft: P. Schroeder   Social Psychology   Cooperation   Prisoner's Dilemma   Internet Resources - LEARNING AND MEMORY   Thesises   go2net | internet | deep magic | The prisoner's dilemma   PBE&B Educational Index   Dr. P's Dog Training Library: Scienti
Engines of Our Ingenuity: Episode No. 875-----No. 875: THE PRISONER'S DILEMMA by John H. Lienhard (Theme music) Today, let's help the prisoner sort out his dilemma. The University of Houston's College of Engineering presents this series about the machines that make our civilization run, and the people whose ingenuity created them. Scholars invent a shorthand for the great problems of human behavior. They talk about Hobson's Choice, Occam's R
News-----June 30, 1998 02:17 PM by David K. Levine, Department of Economics, UCLA top | new | search | general | research | classes | submit | games | links | David Read commentary on economic and methodological problems and issues. Read a new paper about the evolution of cooperation in the Prisoners' Dilemma game. A proposal for a new experimental laboratory to be located at UCLA and operated jointly by
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Prisoners' Dilemma-----Prisoners' Dilemma Prisoners' Dilemma is a game which has been and continues to be studied by people in a variety of disciplines, ranging from biology through sociology and public policy. Among its interesting characteristics are that it is a "non-zero-sum"game: the best strategy for a given player is often one that increases the payoff to one's partner as well. It has also been shown that there
Prisoners' Dilemma-----You Have Found The Prisoners' Dilemma A fiendish cyberspace wizard has locked you and Serendip into a diabolical game with the following rules: On each turn of the game, you and Serendip must choose, without knowing the other's choice, between cooperating with each other and trying to take advantage of each other. Following every turn of the game, you and Serendip will each receive a certain numb
Prisoners' Dilemma-----You Have Found The Prisoners' Dilemma A fiendish cyberspace wizard has locked you and Serendip into a diabolical game with the following rules: On each turn of the game, you and Serendip must choose, without knowing the other's choice, between cooperating with each other and trying to take advantage of each other. Following every turn of the game, you and Serendip will each receive a certain numb
Prisoners' Dilemma-----You Have Found The Prisoners' Dilemma A fiendish cyberspace wizard has locked you and Serendip into a diabolical game with the following rules: On each turn of the game, you and Serendip must choose, without knowing the other's choice, between cooperating with each other and trying to take advantage of each other. Following every turn of the game, you and Serendip will each receive a certain numb
1996 Summer Seminar in Philosophy-----Summer Seminar in Philosophy 1996 Objectivism: Theory and Practice The Seventh Annual Institute for Objectivist Studies' Summer Seminar University of Colorado at Boulder July 6-13, 1996 Table of Contents Introduction Conference Life New Perspectives on Objectivism Philosophy Social Theory and Practice Culture and Values Workshops ("A") Advanced Seminar Registration Introduction Imagine yourself i
ABLE Volume 15-----Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching Volume 15 University of Toronto, June 8-12, 1993 Editor and Host: Corey A. Goldman Abstracts can be found at the end of this document. To read a particular abstract, click on the chapter number. 1. Human DNA Fingerprinting by Polymerase Chain Reaction Mark V. Bloom, DNA Learning Center 2. Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (PAGE) of Blood Proteins John C. Mo
A James Thurber Web Page-----Back To Ritter's Home Page Thurber's World (and Welcome To it)! Self Portrait James Grover Thurber (or James Murfreesboro Thurber, as he was called by ignorant publishers) was an author, cartoonist and humorist who grew up in Columbus Ohio, and gained his fame writing articles and cartoons that graced the pages of the New Yorker from 1927 until his death in 1961. I am a big fan of his, and though
An Alternative Psychobiological View on Mental Illness 'Alternative' theory of psychiatric deviations (contemporary, controversial); related linksAn Alternative Psychobiological View on Mental Illness by Serge Helfrich LONG FILE CLICK HERE Some (obliquely) related links: Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology Home Page Journal of Consciousness Studies The Monist: Call for papers on Cognitive Theories of Mental Illness Successful Schizophrenia Jakob von Uexküll Center Early theoretical biology: Uexküll William H. Calvin's Books and Articles P
Analysis of Competitive Decision Making-----JOHNSON GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Cornell University NBA 638: ANALYSIS OF COMPETITIVE DECISION MAKING Spring 1996 Professor: Vrinda Kadiyali Office: 560 Malott Hall Phone numbers: 255-1985 (O) and 277-7206 (H) Fax: 254-4590 E-mail : vrinda@johnson.cornell.edu Place: 405 Malott Hall Time: MW 10.10-11.25 a.m. Hours when not in office: MW 10.10-11.25 a.m., MW 1.25-2.40 p.m., TW 3.45-5.30 p.m., F
Andrew Colman-----[Research Interests][Research Grants][Books][Articles][Abstracts] [Psychology at Leicester] ANDREW M. COLMAN Contact Information Address:  Department of Psychology    University of Leicester   Leicester LE1 7RH, UK E-mail:   amc@leicester.ac.uk Current Position:   Reader in Psychology, University of Leicester Research Interests Game theory, experimental games, social dilemmas, behavioural decisio
Animal rights and human rights Be aware that elephants weep, warns JefferyMy right to hurt animals Thu, Sep 26, 1996 1400 GST ©osmic ©opyright Richard Lubbock 1995, 1996 In England people riot in the streets to defend the rights of animals. And it's not just animals they're screaming about. People are yelling for rights of all kinds for themselves, too, (most of them spurious). How much of this is rubbish? Quite a lot of it. It calls for a radical, new, neoclassical ph
A Rational Life A collection of essays and links on issues facing the individual in modern society. Emphasis is on Social Dilemmas, Political Philosophy, memes, behavior, Public Choice, Common Sense, Vagueness, and other paradoxes and dilemmas. Also included are a Quotes page and a Hobbies page."A Rational Life" A Discussion of the Peculiar Consequences of Individuals Living in Groups "The first degree of folly is to conceit one's self wise; the second to profess it; the third to despise counsel."" - Benjamin Franklin: Poor Richard's Almanac, 1754 I recently retired from a career in engineering, teaching, and dabbling with computers. For the first time in my life I now have the time to
Basic Principles-----Principles of political and legal philosophy that are the foundations of constitutional republican government and constitutional compliance. Basic Principles Legend: If more than one file format available, click on the ball to get the indicated file format: HTML | Text | Zipped WordPerfect | Adobe PDF | Rich Text | Image 1. Social Contract and Constitutional Republics 2. Leviathan, Thomas Hobbes
Biological Sources of Aggression-----Biological Sources of Aggression Internet Resources A Manic-Depression Primer The Manic Depression Archive offers a good and sympathetic presentation, with archive. Culture and Sharability in Prisoner's Dilemma Problems This paper on evolving populations of networks to cooperate in an enculturated environment, was written for an undergraduate Cognitive Science class at UCSD. It applies many of th
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Break Through Productions offers prisoners and inmates of prisons and jails a place to publish and promote artistic creations.-----Return to Break Through Home Page   Other Inmate Sites Mumia Abu-Jamal Writings by Mumia Abu-Jamal "Voice of the Voiceless:", "Live from Death Row: Spirit Death" and more... Voices from Prison  is a journal which provides a chance for the inmates to express themsleves artistically. [Connecticut Prison Association] Letters to a Dead Man Dean is currrently an inmate on "Death Row" at San Quentin. H
Bryan Routledge-----Bryan Routledge Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213-3890 USA Phone: 412-268-7588 Fax: 412-268-7064 e-mail: bryan@sulawesi.gsia.cmu.edu The 'How's it goin' eh?' wav-welcoming is courtesy of Doug McKenzie. Perhaps you prefer a Simpson's sponcered bio. Research Financial Economics "Decentralization, Project Assignment, and Optional
BYU Multi-Agent Satisficing Control-----Multi-Agent Satisficing Control Group The Multi-Agent Satisficing Control (MASC) Group at Brigham Young University is interested in developing controllers for problems for which optimal control methods do not apply. Specifically, the group is developing a theory of control that applies to time-varying, nonlinear, and multiple agent problems for which no known optimal solution exists. The theory i
Core Concepts-----Back to Syllabus Core Concepts All quizzes and exams will be based upon 70 Core Concepts. These include 10 concepts or terms derived from each of the 7 areas of psychology covered in this course. This list of terms is posted on the Bulletin Board. It is also available on the Psychology Department Web Site. You will need to understand 10 of the Core Concepts for each quiz. These concepts are often
Dante's Links to prison resources-----Dante's Links to Prison-related Websites Updated October 31, 1997 If you know of a link that should be here but isn't, please contact me by email. Newsgroups and Mailing Lists The alt.prisons newsgroup The PRISON-L mailing list The 3STRIKES mailing list The Police Abuse mailing list General Information Washington State Courts and State Law Library Gates to Northwest Law PeaceNet Prison Issues Des
David Siegel's Journal Directory-----"For every complex problem there is a solution that is concise, clear, simple, and wrong."             -- H. L. Mencken Volume III - 1997 April 30, 1998 Let the Hiatus Begin April 16, 1998 What are the Odds? April 9, 1998 Words, Tongues, and Sensitive Areas April 2, 1998 It All Comes Back to Sex March 26, 1998 Two Wheels, Part II March 19, 1998 Two Wheels, Part I March 12, 1998 Cats, Free Speech,
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References ReferencesNext: About this document Up: The Localisation of Interaction Previous: 5 Summary References 1 W.B. Arthur. Self-reinforcing mechanisms in economics. In P.W. Anderson, K.J. Arrow, and D. Pines, editors, The Economy as a Complex Adaptive System. Addison-Wesley, 1988. 2 R.J. Aumann. Survey of repeated games. In Essays in Game Theory and Mathematical Economics. Bibliographgisches Institut Mannheim,
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The Prisoner's Dilemma Game Matrix The Prisoner's Dilemma Game MatrixNext: Axelrod's Tournament Up: The Prisoner's Dilemma Previous: An Analysis of a The Prisoner's Dilemma Game Matrix Now consider the game matrix shown in Figure 2. In this case, Players A and B both have a dominant choice--namely, defection. No matter what Player B does, Player A improves his own score by defecting, and vice versa. However, there is something odd about this game. It seems as thou
The Prisoner's Dilemma The Prisoner's DilemmaNext: A Crash Course in Up: No Title Previous: The Prisoner's Dilemma: A The Prisoner's Dilemma The Bonnie and Clyde story is an example of a situation known in mathematical game theory as the ``prisoner's dilemma.'' A prisoner's dilemma always involves two ``game players,'' and each has a choice between ``cooperating'' and ``defecting.'' If the two players cooperate, they each do moderately well
Prisoner's Dilemma (John's Book Pages) en-usTop | Current Reads | Index in Chronological Order | Ratings | Titles | Authors | Subjects | All Reviews | Unread | Wanted | Links | FAQ Prisoner's Dilemma by William Poundstone subject: Nonfiction, Computer Science, History, Biography, General Scienceisbn: 038541580Xrating: 3 / 5 book finished/review written: 12-23-97 Prisoner's Dilemma is about three closely related topics: John Von Neumann's l
Prisoner's Dilemma, Cartels-----Punishments and repeated play of the Prisoner's Dilemma. To incorporate time into the story, imagine that we repeat play of the game. Q:   Does cooperation emerge in repeated prisoner's dilemma? A:   In theory, when the players know exactly how many times the game is repeated, cooperation should not occur in equilibrium. B:   In laboratory experiments with intelligent subjects (economics students
The Prisoner's Dilemma The spatial variant of the iterated prisoner's dilemma is a simple yet powerful model for the problem of cooperation versus conflict in groups. The Java applet demonstrates the spread of 'altruism' and 'exploitation for p ersonal gain' in an interacting population of individuals learning from each other by experience.Java 1.1 support required The Prisoner's Dilemma by Serge Helfrich The spatial variant of the iterated prisoner's dilemma is a simple yet powerful model for the problem of cooperation versus conflict in groups. The applet below demonstrates the spread of 'altruism' and 'exploitation for personal gain' in an interacting population of individuals learning from each other by experience. Initially th
Prisoner's dilemma-----Prisoner's dilemma Relevant sections in text: 1.3, 2.2.1 This assignment presents a simple game-playing program, in which strategies are represented as higher-order procedures. The Game of Twenty-One assignment takes a similar approach. The prisoner's dilemma game also uses some simple list-manipulation commands. There is an opportunity here to run prisoner's dilemma tournament for the class. We
Axelrod : The Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma Problem-----Axelrod: The Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma This is a problem drawn from political science and game theory, studied by Axelrod, and programmed by Forest. The prisoner's dilemma is a classic problem of conflict and cooperation. In its simplest form each of two players has a choice of cooperating with the other or defecting. Depending on the two players' decisions, each receives payoff according to a
The Three-Player Prisoner's Dilemma The Three-Player Prisoner's DilemmaNext: Problem 7 Up: No Title Previous: Problem 6 The Three-Player Prisoner's Dilemma So far, all of our prisoner's dilemma examples have involved two players (and, indeed, most game-theory research on the prisoner's dilemma has focused on two-player games). But it is possible to create a prisoner's dilemma game involving three -- or even more -- players. Strategies from the two-player game do not
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Axelrod's Tournament Axelrod's TournamentNext: The Two-Player Prisoner's Dilemma Up: No Title Previous: The Prisoner's Dilemma Game Axelrod's Tournament In the late 1970's, political scientist Robert Axelrod held a computer tournament designed to investigate the prisoner's dilemma situation. Contestants in the tournament submitted computer programs that would compete in an iterated prisoner's dilemma game of approximately two hundred ro
Chaos, Cheating and Cooperation-----Content: Abstract The game Deterministic strategies Tit for tat TF2T and STFT Free Rider and Rover Escaping the IPD Observer TFT Stochastic strategies Generous TFT Pavlov A different solution: chaos Frequential chaos Spatial chaos Where is the Prisoner's Dilemma found in nature? Myrmecophily Predator inspection in fish Egg-trading in simultaneous hermaphrodites Blood-sharing in vampire bats Recip
Phase 1: Escaping the Prisoner's Dilemma Phase 1: Escaping the Prisoner's Dilemma Phase 1: Escaping the Prisoner's Dilemma   Previous: Definition of a Virtual Up: Living Lectures - Virtual Next: What is the Project? Phase 1: Escaping the Prisoner's Dilemma Emphasize network externalities. 1. The students' competition Living Lectures - Virtual University. 2. The Virtual University's Living Lectures. Change the cost functions of the players in the prisoners' dilemma. 1. The Vir
zzz /cwis01/server/hyper... Re: prisoners' dilemma-----Re: prisoners' dilemma Eric Crump (eric@serv1.ncte.org) Tue, 28 Oct 1997 11:32:52 -0600 (CST) Messages sorted by: [ date ][ thread ][ subject ][ author ] Next message: Bob Whipple: "Re: English Web Page" Previous message: John McLaughlin: "Re: prisoners' dilemma" In reply to: sigfried@shout.net: "Re: prisoners' dilemma" Next in thread: Charles Hill: "Re: prisoners' dilemma" I've seen the prisoner
Prisoner's Dilemma Bibliography-----Prisoner's Dilemma Bibliography Akimov, V and Soutchanski, M (1994): "Automata Simulation of N-Person Social Dilemma Games", Journal of Conflict Resolution, vol.38(1), pp.138-148 Andreoni, J and Miller, JH (1993): "Rational Cooperation in the Finitely Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma: Experimental Evidence", The Economic Journal, vol.103, pp.570-585 Aumann, RJ (1981): "Survey of Repeated Games", in Au
An Analysis of a Simple Game Matrix An Analysis of a Simple Game MatrixNext: The Prisoner's Dilemma Game Up: The Prisoner's Dilemma Previous: A Crash Course in An Analysis of a Simple Game Matrix The game depicted in Figure 1 is a particularly easy one to analyze. Let's examine the situation from Player A's point of view (Player B's point of view is identical): ``Suppose B cooperates. Then I do better by cooperating myself (I receive five points instead of three). O
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The Prisoner's Dilemma: A Fable The Prisoner's Dilemma: A FableNext: The Prisoner's Dilemma Up: No Title Previous: No Title The Prisoner's Dilemma: A Fable In the mid-1920's, the Nebraska State Police achieved what may still be their finest moment. After a 400-mile car chase over dirt roads and corn fields, they finally caught up with the notorious bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde. The two criminals were brought back to the police station in Omaha for further i
Re: Prisoner's Dilemma / The Free Rider Problem-----[Prev][Next][Index][Thread] Re: Prisoner's Dilemma / The Free Rider Problem To: fsb@asylum.sf.ca.us Subject: Re: Prisoner's Dilemma / The Free Rider Problem From: David.Chase@Eng.Sun.COM (David Chase) Date: Thu, 4 Feb 93 11:01:20 PST There's a book by William Poundstone (now out in paperback) that includes a fairly accessible discussion of game theory (along with a biography of Von Neumann and
Chaos in Cooperation-----Chaos in Cooperation: Continuous-Valued Prisoner's Dilemmas in Infinite-Valued Logic International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, vol. 4, no. 4 (1994), 943-958. Gary Mar and Paul St. Denis Group for Logic and Formal Semantics Department of Philosophy, SUNY at Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY 11794-3750 USA        The Prisoner's dilemma (PD) has become a paradigm of the evol
A Crash Course in Game Theory A Crash Course in Game TheoryNext: An Analysis of a Up: The Prisoner's Dilemma Previous: The Prisoner's Dilemma A Crash Course in Game Theory In game theory, a two-person binary-choice game is represented as a two-by-two matrix. Figure 1 shows a hypothetical game matrix. The two players in this case are called A and B, and the choices are called ``cooperate'' and ``defect.'' Players A and B can play a single game by separate
The Prisoner's Dilemma-----The Prisoner's Dilemma By Leon Felkins, written 9/5/95 Note: this section was revised on 6/12/98 General Model of the Two player Game The Prisoner's Dilemma model as presented by Robert Axelrod, Douglas Hofstadter, and others (See References at end), goes as follows: Two prisoners, lets call them Joe and Sam, are being held for trial. They are being held in separate cells with no means of communi
The Two-Player Prisoner's Dilemma Program The Two-Player Prisoner's Dilemma ProgramNext: Problem 0 Up: No Title Previous: Axelrod's Tournament The Two-Player Prisoner's Dilemma Program A Scheme program for an iterated prisoner's dilemma game is shown at the end of this handout. The procedure play-loop pits two players (or, to be more precise, two ``strategies'') against one another for approximately 100 games, then prints out the scores for each of the two players. Player strat
Overview Individual and Group-----Overview of Individual & Group Reading Selections: Prisoner's Dilemma More Prisoner's Dilemma: Visions of Hobbes and Smith The Assumption of Self-Interest Small Groups vs Large Groups Tit-for-Tat and Cooperative Behavior Coordination of Individual Behavior Central Planning Exchange and Politics Economic theory is based on the assumption that individuals pursue their self-interest. Each person mak
Agenetics - Dealer-----   Resets with random strategies after 25 generations. Key Green   complete exploitation Cyan exploit first then reverse eye for eye Red exploit first then eye for eye Magenta exploit first then cooperate Black cooperate first then exploit White cooperate first then reverse eye for eye Blue cooperate first then eye for eye Yellow all cooperation   Let's Make a Deal Game Theory Milestones 1984 Rob
Prisoner's Dilemma-----Prisoner's Dilemma Payoff Matrix (Sentence in Years Negated)     Prisoner B     Clams Tells Prisoner A Clams (-2,-2) (-5,0) Tells (0,-5) (-4,-4)
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Other Related Sites-----Related Sites Here are some sites containing related material that may be of interest. Annotated Bibliography on the Evolution of Cooperation- Just as the title says. Prepared by Robert Axelrod of the Iterated Prisoner Dilemma fame Chaos, cheating and cooperation: potential solutions to the Prisoner's Dilemma- A well designed site with information primarily about the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma (
PROTECTIONISM AND GAME THEORY-----FROM AID TO TRADE: A NEW APPRAISAL INTO THE ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND LATIN AMERICA. By Ignacio De León[1] and Marianella Morales[2]. This paper examines the economic relationship between the European Union and Latin America. It argues that the conventional European scheme towards the region does not meet the challenges resulting from the Latin America’s reinsertion in the
Prisoner Dilemma-----Technische Universität Braunschweig, Informatik, Wissenschaftliches Rechnen Programmierpraktikum für Informatiker (SS 97) Dieses Spezialgebiet der Simulation zum sozialen Kontakt geht von einem versuchten Einbruch zweier Einbrecher aus, bei dem beide verhaftet werden. Für diese geringfügige Tat können beide nicht zu harten Strafen verurteilt werden. Da die Polizei aber davon ausgeht, das die beid
Lecture 7: Prisoner's Dilemma & Security Dilemma-----Lecture # 7. Prisoner’s Dilemma (continued). The Security Dilemma. Outline 1. Announcements. 2. The Prisoner’s Dilemma. 1. Implications. 2. Escaping the trap. 3. Applications to international politics. 4. Limitations of the analogy. 3. The security dilemma in international politics. 4. The offense/defense balance. Lecture 1. Announcements. 1. Hand out group project guidelines and topics. 2. Quest
Lecture 6: Prisoner's Dilemma-----Lecture # 6. Prisoner’s Dilemma. Outline 1. Announcements. 2. Workshop: democracies and war. 3. Experiment. 4. The Prisoner’s Dilemma. 1. Implications. 2. Escaping the trap. 3. Applications to international politics. 4. Limitations of the analogy. Lecture 1. Announcements. 1. Collect group lists. 2. Questions? 2. Democracies and war example. 1. Puzzle: democracies are more likely to win wars than
Prisoner Dilemma - Das Turnier-----Technische Universität Braunschweig, Informatik, Homepage Software Technisches Praktikum 1997 Das Turnier zu PRISONER DILEMMA Am Mittwoch, den 15. Oktober 1997 um 10.00 Uhr wird es soweit sein. Das uniweite Turnier zum Prisoner Dilemma beginnt. Auf dieser Seite erfahrt ihr alle notwendigen Informationen, um am Turnier teilnehmen zu können. Am Anfang der Semesterferien werden wir Euch einige Simul
Das Turnier zum Prisoner-Dilemma-----Das Turnier findet am 15. Oktober ab 10.00 Uhr im Raum 012 des Rechenzentrums statt (es wäre nett, wenn ihr Euch anmelden. würdet) Anmerkungen zum Testen eigener Strategien Da für das am 15.10.1997 stattfindende Turnier für alle Teilnehmer eine einheitliche Umgebung zur Verfügung gestellt wird, haben wir uns nach langem hin und her für den Simulator Dilemmata entschieden. Installationshinweise si
Dialog: The Prisoner Dilemma-----with documentary filmmaker Elizabeth Garbus, inmate and journalist Wilbert Rideau, sociologist Charles Logan, and policymaker Stephen Chand. WITH CRIME in America in a state of perpertual crisis, some are looking to the free market for a increasingly popular remedy: private prisons. The Corrections Corporation of America, founded in 1983 with funds from the investors behind Kentucky Fried Chicken
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The Prisoner’s Dilemma-----The Prisoner’s Dilemma A few years ago I was interviewed by a lecturer in economics at Cambridge University in England for a place on an undergraduate economics degree there. The interview was the first time that I has come across the so-called Prisoner's Dilemma which the lecturer used to test out my economic reasoning. The Dilemma consists of a situation in which two prisoners are told that to
thessaSOURCE Editorial: Apple Prisoner's Dilemma-----News | Editorials | Features | Reviews | Technical Support | Message Boards | Chat | Polls BY: RICHARD DONAGRANDI There's a social phenomenon called the Prisoner's Dilemma, which goes something like this: A prisoner has escaped a prison. Before he can continue in his escape, and to make his escape more complete, he must find new clothes and food rations to make his way across the country border.
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The Prisoner’s Dilemma-----The Prisoner’s Dilemma A few years ago I was interviewed by a lecturer in economics at Cambridge University in England for a place on an undergraduate economics degree there. The interview was the first time that I has come across the so-called Prisoner's Dilemma which the lecturer used to test out my economic reasoning. The Dilemma consists of a situation in which two prisoners are told that to
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Genetic Algorithm for Iterated Prisoners Dilemma-----Behaviour and Evolution of Genetic Creatures playing the Iterated Prisoners Dilemma by Tony Jansen This Java Applet has creatures that play the Iterated Prisoner Dilemma, using the strategies defined by their genetic code. There are three stages in the life cycle of the creatures. In the first stage, they search for an opponent to play against. The creatures are attracted to other creatures, as d
Undecidability in the Spatialized Prisoner's Dilemma:Some Philosophical Implications-----Undecidability in the Spatialized Prisoner's Dilemma: Some Philosophical Implications Patrick Grim Group for Logic and Formal Semantics Department of Philosophy SUNY at Stony Brook Stony Brook, NY 11794 USA A version of this paper was presented at the IEEE International Conference on Computational Intelligence, combined meeting of ICNN, FUZZ-IEEE, and ICEC, Orlando, June
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Chapter 5: Coevolution-----RETURN TO THE TABLE OF CONTENTS Cooperation without friendship or foresight The trouble with Gaia, as far as most skeptics are concerned, is that it makes a dead planet into a "smart" machine. We already are stymied in trying to design an artificial learning machine from inert computers, so the prospect of artificial learning evolving unbidden at a planetary scale seems ludicrous. But learning is
Goodheart's CV-----Eric Goodheart, Ph.D. Home:  63 Dimick Street   Somerville, MA 02143  (617) 625-6330  goodhear@tiac.net Work:  Dare Institute   234 Huron Avenue  Cambridge, MA 02138  Telephone:(617) 497-5270  Facsimile: (617) 547-0874 EDUCATION  HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Cambridge, MA. 1986-1997   Ph.D. in French Literature awarded in May, 1997. MA in French Literature awarded in June, 1988.   ECOLE NORMALE SUPERIEURE
FEED HOME-----THE WEB NEVER DIES: THE ALEXA REVOLUTION   J U N E  2 9,  1 9 9 8  EVER SINCE first inflicting itself on the youthscape back in 1981, MTV has been perceived as an instrument of the devil, a pawn of GenX marketing tropes, and, with its percussive edits, a prime cause of Attention Deficit Disorder. Nonetheless, MTV has survived these critiques, incessantly reinventing itself, flouting most rumors o
Untitled----- III. The Name of the Game    Voluntary Provision as a Prisoner's Dilemma.   The previous chapter argued that a society of egoists will not be able to provide themselves with public goods voluntarily. The present chapter will reaffirm this conclusion by considering what binary two-person game best models the public goods situation. Egoists in a Prisoner's Dilemma are trapped. Egoists in a game of
Untitled----- III. The Name of the Game    Voluntary Provision as a Prisoner's Dilemma.   The previous chapter argued that a society of egoists will not be able to provide themselves with public goods voluntarily. The present chapter will reaffirm this conclusion by considering what binary two-person game best models the public goods situation. Egoists in a Prisoner's Dilemma are trapped. Egoists in a game of
thessaSOURCE Editorial: Apple Prisoner's Dilemma-----News | Editorials | Features | Reviews | Technical Support | Message Boards | Chat | Polls BY: RICHARD DONAGRANDI There's a social phenomenon called the Prisoner's Dilemma, which goes something like this: A prisoner has escaped a prison. Before he can continue in his escape, and to make his escape more complete, he must find new clothes and food rations to make his way across the country border.
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Zeigen's Dilemma Index to Zeigen's Dilemma, the Home Page of E. Stephen Mack (a.k.a. Zeigen, a.k.a. Steve Mack): Fiction (Salt Pills, Gray Mansion); Humor; Communities (Left-Handedness, Posi-Web, Love, Lynx); Games; Music (Tori Amos, Ajax); Usenet <(Manifestoes, Kibo, Roshambo); Links, Personal InfoLIFE IS CHOICE DILEMMA Zeigen's Dilemma: Too Many Choices What's New: Recent Additions (1-Jun-98) Menu: Of All Top-Level Files FICTION Salt Pills: A Fiction Landscape Gray Mansion: A Place to Explore COMMUNITIES Posi-Web: The Daily Life & Thoughts of a Global Community (16-Jul-98) Being Left-Handed: A Left-Handed Home Page Love: What You Really Need Lynx: At The Expense of Netscape and IE GAMES R
Prisoner of the Mountains: Opened January 31st.-----an Orion Classics Release A caravan Co. and BG Production With the Russian Film Commission Boris Giller presents An extraordinary story of hope, courage and humanity. Coming to New York and Toronto January 31, 1997 Opens nationwide February 7, 1997 Back to MGM Home Page. Back to the FilmZone. This site created by the Big Gun Project
The Spanish Prisoner Written and directed by David Mamet, The Spanish Prisoner centers on an elaborate confidence game, and its labyrinthine plot is laden with twists and reversals. Reminiscent of The Usual Suspects and Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much and North by Northwest, The 
The Voice of the prisoner-----This is the voice of the prisoner Art, poetry, letters of men and women comming from behind bars... Your Email Correspondances are greatly appreciated Love Link Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Women Seeking Men Alternative Lifestyles The Prisoner's Art Gallery The Prisoner's Journal of Poetry Prisoners seeking attorneys Prisoners on Death Row Other Prisoner related Sites To give feedback about
BRUCE WOODS HOMEPAGE-----THE THOUGHTS OF BRUCE Name and Location: I have been doing research on The Black Panther Party. In the late sixties and early seventies I was aquainted with many of its members eventhough I was never a member, there were family members of mine who were. Recently I came across some literature about a man who has been in prison for the past 24 years. His name is Elmer Geronimo Pratt. He was the for
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New URL for Kipp Teague's "The Prisoner" Page-----Kipp Teague's The Prisoner Page has MOVED! Stand by to be transferred to http://www.retroweb.com/prisoner.html... If nothing happens, click on the URL above to go to the new location. Please update any bookmarks, and please drop me a quick note to let me know where you found the outdated link. Thanks! Kipp Teague
The Prisoner: Chimes Of Big Ben Story Board Joe Brae's Story-Board Page Of The ChimesNumber Two: "If he will answer one simple question, the rest will follow. Why did he resign?" General: "You're a fool Number Six, that's myopinion. You'll be here as long as you live...No point in fighting battles you can't win." Number 2: "You really are a model." Number 6: "But I don't run on clockwork!" Number 2: "You will, my dear chap, you will!" Nadia "Who is number two?" Number 6: "Who is
THE PRISONER STORY BOOK - Page 1-----The Story ofBy Ryan SolskiOnce UPON a TIME... next.home.
The Prisoner-----Member of the Internet Link Exchange Free Home Pages at GeoCities The Prisoner Welcolme to the Village. Why don't you stay awhile. This is the story of Number 6, a resigned secret agent. Upon his resignation, he was kidnapped by unknown assailants and taken to "the village", a place where no one is referred to by name, only by number. Number 6 is questioned by the head of the village, Number 2, a
The Prisoner-----Clergy Saints UFO Religions Tasty Sites! Listen! Forteana Read! TV, Films, Radio, Tech, Food! Hedonise! Search Home The Prisoner is a 17 episode cult TV programme, first aired in 1967. 'On the surface, it is a well done action/suspense show, and is quite enjoyable as such. But closer inspection reveals multiple levels of meaning and numerous possible interpretations, many of which are still debat
Kipp Teague's RetroWeb - Classic Television: The Prisoner An in-depth web page on the classic British television series The PrisonerInformation, Images, Raritiesand More... Official "sister site" to that of Six of One, The Prisoner Appreciation Society Last updated May 10, 1998 Selected photos and other material on this page are implicitly © Copyright Polygram Television International. Introduction | Who, What, Why & Where | Publicity Photos | Visit The Village | Aerial Village Photos More Photos | Prisoner Trivia | Village M
The Prisoner: Joe Brae's Ultimate Village Experience. Joe Brae's Ultimate Internet Resource For The Prisoner, Patrick McGoohan's brilliant 1960s television series. Read Prisoner interpretations, and add your own! Many images, and links. Be Seeing You!
USENET FAQs - alt.tv.prisoner-----USENET FAQs alt.tv.prisoner FAQs in this newsgroup THE PRISONER FAQ Volume I (no spoilers)
Kipp Teague's RetroWeb - The Hotel Portmeirion (a.k.a. "The Village" in TV's "The Prisoner")-----The Hotel Portmeirion also known as "The Village" as portrayed in TV's The Prisoner This web page was created January 8, 1996, and updated May 10, 1998 with several new scans. All photographs on this page are by Kipp Teague and are a mix of color slides shot in 1981 and frames from video shot in 1988. Architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis fulfilled a lifelong dream when he created Portmeirion, a un
The Prisoner U.S. Home Page-----U.S. Home Page [.AU 110k] ``I am not a number...I am a free man!'' -- Number 6 The Prisoner ... Arguably one of the greatest science-fiction TV series of all time, it is the story of one man's attempt to retain his individuality against a society that treats every person as a number. ``Number 6'' is what this man is referred to in the inescapable, ``socially correct'' torture-chamber known as the
The Prisoner Quotes Page-----The Quotes Page A list of all memorable quotes of The Prisoner, compiled by Kirby ``Questions are a burden to others; answers a prison for oneself.'' --A sign from the Labour Exchange; Arrival No.2: ``[The Village] even has its own newspaper.'' No.6: ``You must send me a copy.'' --Arrival [.WAV 63k][.AU 63k] ``I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed, or numbered! My life
Village - nothing on earth could prise them apart Another spoof Prisoner movie, this one parodying the blockbuster film TitanicBest viewed at 800 x 600 resolution a Tongue In Cheek Productionin association with Even Wilder Rumours Inc The new Prisoner movie has been re-edited to cash in on the latest trend towards epic disasters. Here's the story. Rover materialises in a rock pool on the beach. Suddenly he hits a gigantic iceberg which bears an uncanny resemblance to Patrick McGoonigan and starts taking on water. This in
Prisoner Cell Block H Escapees-----Memo number: since 27 April 1998. Site last updated on 16 January 1999. Next update due 14 February1999. Memo From The Governor To The Public at Large Some of our prisoners have gone missing! Since we last did a headcount in 1986, we have noticed that our cells are getting increasingly empty. We have had reports that some of our prisoners have been seen as far away as America and England. We need
The Butterfly Dilemma-----What is it? Issue #34 Issue #33 Issue #32 Issue Archive Subscribe Links  Email About the creator kEEP yOUR mIND sET oN tHE fUTURE, yOUR mEMORIES pLANTED iN tHE pAST, aND aLWAYS yOUR hEART wHERE iT iS rIGHT aT tHIS mOMENT. -jC thE ButtERfLy diLLEmma This quote page dedicated to the Butterfly Dilemma mailing list, which includes quotes and ideas of philosophic or comic value. See subscribe.html for
The Prisoner Appreciation Society (Six of One)-----The Prisoner Appreciation Society: Six of One Patrick McGoohan's allegorical television series is studied, analyzed and discussed by this worldwide society of individuals.   Honorary President: Patrick McGoohan READ WHAT'S IN THE NEW AUTUMN ISSUE OF "IN THE VILLAGE " MAGAZINE FAX FROM PATRICK McGOOHAN, RECEIVED AT THE 1998 PORTMEIRION PRISONER CONVENTION: "This message is addressed to the final P
The Doctor's Dilemma, Essentials of Medical Ethics The Doctor's Dilemma, Essentials of Medical Ethics is an interactive role-playing program that allows the user to explore his or her own approach to medical ethics.The Doctor's Dilemma is an interactive role-playing program that allows the user to explore his or her own approach to medical ethics. The player takes the role of family physician during a "typical" week of interacting with patients, staff and colleagues as well as the patients' family and friends. He or she is called upon to make decisions in ten cases that raise ethical issues similar to those
EconLinks-----EconLinks Resources for Economists Below you will find a list of links loosely arranged according to divisions within economics (paralleling MC econ courses). Some links could quite easily fit under several divisions. Last updated: January 11, 1999 Search Engines Yahoo | Excite | Lycos | Alta Vista | University Avenue Web-based undergraduate journal in economics. Student Economic Review Another w
Other Related Sites-----Related Sites Here are some sites containing related material that may be of interest. Annotated Bibliography on the Evolution of Cooperation- Just as the title says. Prepared by Robert Axelrod of the Iterated Prisoner Dilemma fame Chaos, cheating and cooperation: potential solutions to the Prisoner's Dilemma- A well designed site with information primarily about the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma (
Education, Mathematics, Fun, Monty Hall Dilemma-----Monty Hall Dilemma The Monty Hall Dilemma was discussed in the popular "Ask Marylin" question-and-answer column of the Parade magazine. Details can also be found in the "Power of Logical Thinking" by Marylin vos Savant, St. Martin's Press, 1996. Marylin received the following question: Suppose you're on a game show, and you're given the choice of three doors. Behind one door is a car, behind the
Winslow-----Winslow COURSE OUTLINE Y-215 Fall 1996 REQUIRED READING: Fowler, R.B., and Orenstein, J.R., An Introduction to Political Theory: Toward the Next Century, Harper-Collins, 1993 Mill, J.S., On Liberty, (Crofts Classics) Harlan Davidson, 1947 SCHEDULE: I. The Basic Issues of Politics: Read Fowler-Orenstein, Chapters 1-8 8/21...DISCUSSION: Course Format (Assign Think Paper) LECTURE: Traffic Models (tw
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Human Nature Some personal philosophy from years spent on a Trident submarineDeep Thoughts from years spent on a Trident submarine. Is human nature good or evil and the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma (IPD). Probably the most difficult part of life on the sub was going without sleep while you had to be alert and thinking. It's a little like being a medical intern but, according to a friend who was an emergency medical doctor at a large city public hospital, the sub was worse.
Who's Who in Wentworth - Prisoner: Cell Block H-----PRISONER CELL BLOCK H WHO'S WHO IN WENTWORTH The characters and actors of Prisoner: Cell Block H If you've been in Wentworth before you know the drill...Stand on the white line ... OR ... if you're new here, move further down the page Why Prisoner? It's classic TV - the idea that it's total dross with moving scenery, terrible dialogue and worse acting really won't stand up to examination... ...bu
THE ROLE OF DISCRETE ELEMENT MODELS IN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS-----THE ROLE OF DISCRETE ELEMENT MODELS IN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS Ross A. Gagliano Department of Mathematics & Computer Science College of Arts and Sciences Georgia State University Atlanta, GA 30303-3083 Tel: (404) 651-2245 FAX: (404) 651-2246 matrag@gsusgi2.gsu.edu KEYWORDS: Neurocomputing, artificial neural networks, discrete element models, market models, the Game of Life model, the Tug of Wa
Dialog-----The Prisoner Dilemma 06.98    What would the ideal prison system look like?Four commentators -- inmate and newspaper editor Wilbert Rideau, award-winning filmmaker Elizabeth Garbus, sociologist Charles Logan and lawyer Stephen Chand -- discuss prison capitalism. . Screen Salvation 05.98    A Feed Dialog on spirituality and technology with contributors Mitch Kapor, Jennifer Cobb, Erik Davis, and L
The Evolution of Cooperation: Evolutionary Game-----BIO150Y: Evolution of Cooperation Evolutionary Game Expt. 2: Can nice strategies beat out nasty strategies? Running your experiment The population starts with equal numbers of cheats (ALLD), tit for tat (TFT), grudgers (GRU) and random (RND). If you're unsure of the new strategies, check: Common strategies defined Run replicates of your experiment: Since players pair up at random to play each rou
Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma-----Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Top | New | Course Materials | Course Schedule Slides Reading: Bierman and Fernandez ch. 23 Concept: Folk Theorem
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Evolution and Information-----Evolution and Information in a Prisoner’s Dilemma Game Full Text Phillip Johnson, David K. Levine and Wolfgang Pesendorfer February 17, 1998 In an environment of anonymous random matching, showed that with a sufficiently rich class of simple information systems the folk theorem holds. We specialize to the Prisoner's Dilemma and examine the stochastic stability of a process of learning and evoluti
zzz /~ellard/CS50-95/Pro...-----Jacques Laden final project proposal The Prisoner's Dilemma The Prisoner's Dilemma is a well-known game theoretic puzzle that has long fascinated social and political theorists, economists, behavioral scientists, and mathematicians. It involves two prisoners in cahoots who are basically self-interested and who must choose between one of two optionsQto cooperate or
Prisoners' Dilemma-----Prisoners' Dilemma Prisoners' Dilemma is a game which has been and continues to be studied by people in a variety of disciplines, ranging from biology through sociology and public policy. Among its interesting characteristics are that it is a "non-zero-sum"game: the best strategy for a given player is often one that increases the payoff to one's partner as well. It has also been shown that there
The Prisoners Dilemma-----Discussion Forum [ Discussions | TOC | Post | Reply ] "The Prisoners Dilemma" Category: Lesson 2 From: Brian Trotter Date: 10/21/98 Time: 8:06:04 PM Remote Name: 208.254.114.56 Comments The Prisoners Dilemma shows a good example of comparison-contrast. Stephen Chapman gives two forms of punishment used in two different societies, and discusses the effectiveness of each. He explains different exam
Prisoners' Dilemma-----Prisoners' Dilemma Prisoners' Dilemma is a game which has been and continues to be studied by people in a variety of disciplines, ranging from biology through sociology and public policy. Among its interesting characteristics are that it is a "non-zero-sum"game: the best strategy for a given player is often one that increases the payoff to one's partner as well. It has also been shown that there
Prisoner’s dilemma - ett klassiskt problem-----Prisoner's dilemma - ett klassiskt problem En utgångspunkt i beslutsteorin är att människor när de väljer är rationella och vill uppnå bästa möjliga resultat för sig själva. Ett problem som illustrerar att om alla väljer på detta sätt kan man tillsammans hamna i sämsta möjliga läge är Prisoner's dilemma. Problemet är följande: Två fångar sitter i ett amerikanskt fängelse. De har begått brott till
The Localisation of Interaction and Learning in the RepeatedPrisoner's Dilemma-----96-08-064 Abstract: The Localisation of Interaction and Learning in the Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Robert Hoffmann and Nigel Waring The evolution of cooperation in the repeated prisoner's dilemma depends on the conditions under which the game is played. The results of a series of computer simulations show that the emergence of cooperative play in the game is strongly affected by the localisation
Economics Course in International Trade: Games with Dominant Strategy Equilibrium-----http://www.firststep.com.au/econ Games with Dominant Strategy Equilibrium Example - Prisoner's Dilemma In this example, two people A and B, who are suspected of committing a crime together, are being questioned separately. They can choose to confess (strategy C) or deny (strategy D). The payoffs are as follows: If they both confess, they will each receive a moderate sentence. If they stand firm a
WEB PAGE for N-IPD Contest at ALIFE-V-----WELCOME TO Game Contest at ALife-V Artificial Life Workshop V presents Non-zero-sum Game World Championships Send in your own strategies as mini-programs in C, and participate in the world championship computer tournaments!! 1. Leader's Dilemma -- To bluff or not to bluff? The choice between power and peace. Leader's Dilemma is a close relative of the famous Prisoner's Dilemma. It uses only a sli
Prisoner's Dilemma Discussion-----Political Thought II Prisoner's dilemma discussion  In class, we found two patterns of response to the "Grab the Bananas" scenario. One group shared from the beginning, motivated by the need to survive. As one player put it, "It's just common sense to share if you both want to survive." The other pattern was one of sharing for a time, then grabbing, then, later, retaliation. The question of how g
Equilibrium Selection in the Stochastic Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma-----96-08-062 Abstract: Equilibrium Selection in the Stochastic Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma Susan M. Bennet No abstract available keywords: evolutionary game theory, learning, adaptation Return to 1996 working papers list.
ABSTRACTS Volume 18-4-1994-----VOLUME 18 NUMBER 4 DECEMBER 1994 Abstracts: An Introduction to the Special Issue on Evolutionary Computation Xin Yao Department of Computer Science, University College, The University of New South Wales, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, ACT, Australia 2600; xin@csadfa.cs.adfa.oz.au Evolutionary computation is the study of computational systems that use ideas and get inspirations from n
WEB PAGE for N-IPD Contest at ALIFE-V-----WELCOME TO Game Contest at ALife-V Artificial Life Workshop V presents Non-zero-sum Game World Championships Send in your own strategies as mini-programs in C, and participate in the world championship computer tournaments!! 1. Leader's Dilemma -- To bluff or not to bluff? The choice between power and peace. Leader's Dilemma is a close relative of the famous Prisoner's Dilemma. It uses only a sli
Prisoner's Dilemma Prisoner's DilemmaNext: Random Payoffs Up: Results Previous: Results Prisoner's Dilemma In the simulations for the Prisoner's Dilemma we are especially interested in the dependence of the updating probability on the noise level. We study several noise levels and the strategy spaces with fixed and adapting aspiration levels. See Figures 1 and 2 for a summary of the results. For the analysis we divide the win stay -
"The Prisoner's Dilemma" -- Reader Response-----Discussion Forum [ Discussions | TOC | Post | Reply ] "The Prisoner's Dilemma" -- Reader Response Category: General From: Ramana Sonti Date: 10/26/98 Time: 12:05:41 AM Remote Name: 32.97.136.238 Comments I think, Stephen Chapman did a commendable job, in his essay "The Prisoner's Dilemma", on such a sensitive subject which doesn't have any single right solution. However, the author says, towards
Cooperation without Reputation: Experimental Evidence from Prisoner's Dilemma Games.-----This file is part of IDEAS, which uses RePEc data [ Series | JEL Classification | Search | Viewers | Help! ] If a paper is available in full text, download information is at the bottom of its page. If not, see Help! Cooperation without Reputation: Experimental Evidence from Prisoner's Dilemma Games. Ross, T.W. DeJong, D.W. Cooper, R. Creation: 1992 Keywords: game theory ; economic models Length:
Plot Book - The Sage's Plan-----The Sage's Plan Author: Phil Scadden Length: Long Genre: Any Type: Guarding, Intrigue Setting: Any, Cave The Plot Part 1: Chief honcho feeling old, needs to test suitability of daughter as heir. A crafty sage NPC called to help. Sage's plan: A honcho's man will pretend to turn traitor and with PC's will kidnap daughter. (Big deal - everyone is cooperating). They will tell d
Cones of Cooperation for Indefinitely Repeated, Generalized Prisoner's Dilemma Games.-----Libraries' Resources Please note: Most Working Papers in the Management & Economics Library Collection at Purdue University are NOT available online. Purdue Students & Faculty/Staff: The working papers can be checked out at the Management & Economics Library. Non-Purdue and international visitors: It is possible to obtain copies of the working papers by following your local Interlibrary loan proc
Index of /pub/EC/EA-----Index of /pub/EC/EA Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory 26-Dec-1998 16:13 - papers/ 15-Jul-1998 16:15 - src/ 14-Aug-1996 16:22 - --- ../EC/EA/$Id: README,v 3.2 1996/01/08 09:49:39 joke Rel $ This directory contains the general Evolutionary Algorithm section of ENCORE. |-docs
Links-----Links Darwin and Natural Selection Charles Darwin's online biography Online version of Origin of Species Online version of The Descent of Man (very large -- it's the entire book!) Alfred Russell Wallace's online biography Online copies of two publications by Alfred Russell Wallace A general discussion on the scientific method of inquiry Jean Baptiste de Lamarck from the Victorian Web Links to evo
Index of /EC/EA/-----Index of /EC/EA/ --- ../EC/EA/$Id: README,v 3.2 1996/01/08 09:49:39 joke Rel $ This directory contains the general Evolutionary Algorithm section of ENCORE. |-docs--- progam documentation |-papers- research papers | |-EA-| |-lee------ source of Latent Energy Environments |-src----|-bugworld- source of Bugworld |-ipd------ source of Iterated Prisoner
Abstracts of 1995 Conference Papers-----Abstracts of 1995 Conference Papers Melissa Bateson & Alex Kacelnik University of Oxford, Department of Zoology Rate Currencies and the Foraging Starling Optimality models are built on the assumption that the payoffs of different decisions can be expressed in a common currency. In classical optimal foraging models the currency maximized is generally the long-term rate of energy intake (the ratio
A page with a counter-----Journal reference: Computer Networks and ISDN Systems, Volume 28, issues 7–11, p. 953. LispWeb: a Specialized HTTP Server for Distributed AI Applications Alberto Riva (ariva@ipvaim.unipv.it) Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica, Università di Pavia, Italy Marco Ramoni (M.Ramoni@open.ac.uk) Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University, United Kingdom Overview: 1. Abstract 2. Introductio
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