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Carl-Joar Karlsson
Machine learningDilemmaDiseasePopulationMathematicsInfectious disease (medical specialty)Pandemic
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#1Julie Rowlett (Chalmers University of Technology)H-Index: 8
In the face of a pandemic, individuals may decide whether they take actions to mitigate the spread of the disease (cooperate), or not (defect), resulting in a 'disease dilemma' similar to the prisoner's dilemma. Cooperation requires an individual to change their routine behaviours to benefit others. The rate of cooperation within a population is directly linked to the rate of spread of the disease. Unfortunately, evolutionary game dynamics predict that all individuals evolve to 'defect.' Here, w...
#1Julie Rowlett (Chalmers University of Technology)H-Index: 8
In numerous contexts, individuals may decide whether they take actions to mitigate the spread of disease, or not. Mitigating the spread of disease requires an individual to change their routine behaviours to benefit others, resulting in a 'disease dilemma' similar to the seminal prisoner's dilemma. In the classical prisoner's dilemma, evolutionary game dynamics predict that all individuals evolve to 'defect.' We have discovered that when the rate of cooperation within a population is directly li...
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