Category:Evolutionary game theory

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English: Evolutionary game theory (EGT) is the application of game theory to evolving populations of lifeforms in biology. EGT is useful in this context by defining a framework of contests, strategies, and analytics into which Darwinian competition can be modelled. EGT originated in 1973 with John Maynard Smith and George R. Price's formalisation of the way in which such contests can be analysed as "strategies" and the mathematical criteria that can be used to predict the resulting prevalence of such competing strategies.
Teoría evolutiva de juegos (es); 進化博弈論 (yue); théorie des jeux évolutionniste (fr); Evolutsiooniline mänguteooria (et); teoria evolutiva de jocs (ca); Evolutionäre Spieltheorie (de); نظریه بازی تکاملی (fa); 进化博弈理论 (zh); 進化博弈理論 (zh-hk); Evolutionära spelteori (sv); evolua ludoteorio (eo); 進化博弈理論 (zh-hant); 进化博弈理论 (zh-hans); teoria dei giochi evolutiva (it); 진화게임이론 (ko); evolutionary game theory (en); نظرية الألعاب التطورية (ar); Evoluční teorie her (cs); 進化ゲーム (ja) application of game theory to evolving populations in biology (en); Theorie, die die zeitliche und/oder räumliche Entwicklung verschiedener Phänotypen einer Population (de); aplikace teorie her na rozvíjení populací v biologii (cs) Teoría de juegos evolutiva, Teoria de juegos evolutiva, Teoria evolutiva de juegos (es); 進化ゲーム理論 (ja); 演化博弈理论 (zh); evolutionary game theory, EGT (it)
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