Friday, September 30, 2011


The role of diversity in the evolution of cooperation

"Understanding the evolutionary mechanisms that promote and maintain cooperative behavior is recognized as a major theoretical problem where the intricacy increases with the complexity of the participating individuals. [...] Here we discuss how social diversity, in several of its flavors, catalyzes cooperative behavior." Full article @ Journal of Theoretical Biology

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