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    Hybrid Models for Achieving and Maintaining Cooperative Symbiotic Groups.İlker Yıldırım & Pınar Yolum - 2009 - Mind and Society 8 (2):243-258.
    Societies are composed of groups that interact. Symbiotic groups are those in which agents complement each other in resources that they have in excess. Symbiotic groups are useful especially when the resources in an environment are distributed unevenly, because they enable agents to trade resources easily. However, for trading to happen successfully, agents in symbiotic groups need to cooperate, i.e., they should be willing to donate resources when appropriate. Similarly, if some agents in a symbiotic group are defectors, they should (...)
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