Repeating the Prisoners Dilemma twice: does cooperation emerge? - YouTube - Private

The general form of the Prisoners Dilemma - YouTube - Private

Axelrod’s tournaments: a first computational case of understanding the emergence of cooperation. - YouTube - Private

Using Python to study the Iterated Prisoners Dilemma with the Axelrod library. - YouTube - Private

- Output the row player payoff matrix corresponding to an Iterated Prisoners Dilemma Tournament (with 200 turns) with the following strategies from the Axelrod library:
- Create a variable
`A`

which has value the row player payoff matrix corresponding to an Iterated Prisoners Dilemma Tournament (with 200 turns) with the following strategies from the Axelrod library: - Output the Nash equilibria (as a list) that corresponds to the Normal Form Game for the following strategies of an Iterated Prisoners Dilemma Tournament (with 200 turns) from the Axelrod library:

In class ran an iterated prisoners dilemma tournament.

In class today I discussed this paper two papers:

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Class notes: Prisoners Dilemma
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