Evol Ecol Res 5: 605-613 (2003) Full PDF if your library subscribes.
Evolutionary dynamics and stability in discrete and continuous games
Troy Day and Peter D. Taylor*
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6, Canada
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We investigate the correspondence between discrete-trait games (for example, matrix games) and continuous-trait games, paying particular attention to the standard criteria for evolutionary stability. We show that the standard evolutionarily stable strategy conditions for discrete-trait games can be seen as a special case of the conditions employed in continuous-trait games.
Keywords: adaptive and replicator dynamics, discrete and continuous games, evolutionary stability.
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