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- A Viral Dilemma - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
An article that discusses how, in effect, a virus is caught up in a version of the prisoners' dilemma, a widely studied game in which acting for individual advantage clashes with acting for the collective benefit. Game theorists devised the prisoners'
- What is Go? - Mindy McAdams
An introducation to the 4,000 year old Chinese board game called Go in Japan, Baduk in Korea, and Wei-chi in China. Teaching materials and links to many of the most popular Go websites are included. Contents: brief history of the game; professional players,
- You Have Found The Prisoners' Dilemma (Serendip: Playground) - Bryn Mawr College
Play a non-zero-sum game where the best strategy for a given player is often one that increases the payoff to one's partner as well. The rules: on each turn of the game, you and your opponent must choose, without knowing the other's choice; following
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