Supplementary material from "Improving environment drives dynamical change in social game structure"
Posted on 04.05.2021 - 03:36
The development of cooperation in human societies is a major unsolved problem in biological and social sciences. Extensive studies in game theory have shown that cooperative behaviour can evolve only under very limited conditions or with additional complexities, such as spatial structure. Nontrivial two-person games are categorized into three types of games, namely, the prisoner's dilemma game, the chicken game and the stag hunt game. Recently, the weight-lifting game has been shown to cover all five games depending on the success probability of weight lifting, which include the above three games and two trivial cases (all cooperation and all defection; conventionally not distinguished as separate classes). Here, we introduce the concept of the environmental value of a society. Cultural development and deterioration are represented by changes in this probability. We discuss cultural evolution in human societies and the biological communities of living systems.
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Chiba, Erika; Cuaresma, Diane Carmeliza N.; Rabajante, Jomar F.; Tubay, Jerrold M.; Areja Gavina, Maica Krizna; Yamamoto, Tatsuki; et al. (2021): Supplementary material from "Improving environment drives dynamical change in social game structure". The Royal Society. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.5411352.v1
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Diane Carmeliza N. Cuaresma
Jomar F. Rabajante
Jerrold M. Tubay
Maica Krizna Areja Gavina