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2/7/12 lecture33.html 1/1 C:/Users/JIMMIN~1/AppData/Local/Temp/Rar$EX04.857/«/lecture33.html EEB 122: Principles of Evolution, Ecolog\ and Behavior Lecture 33 - Evolutionary Game Theory: Fighting and Contests << previous session _ next session >> OYeUYieZ: The economic concept of game theory can be readily applied to evolution and behavior. By analyzing encounters between organisms as a mathematical "game," important information such as fitness payoffs and the proportions of "strategies" played by each group within a population can be inferred. While oftentimes these games are too simplified to apply directly to actual
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Unformatted text preview: examples in nature, they are still useful models that help convey important concepts. Reading aVVignmenW: Krebs, John R. and Nicholas B. Davies. An Introduction to Behavioral Ecolog\ , chapter 7 ClaVV lecWXUe: Yale University 2009. Some rights reserved. Unless otherwise indicated on this page or on the Open Yale Courses website, all content on this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course EEB 122 taught by Professor Stephenstearns during the Spring '09 term at Yale.

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