Special Session (ID: SS-EG)
Evolutionary Games in Biology and Ecology
Organizers: Joe Apaloo (St. Francis Xavier) and Ross Cressman (Laurier)
Evolutionary game theory was initially developed almost forty years ago by the biologist, John Maynard Smith, to predict individual behavior in biological systems withour explicitly modeling the dynamics underlying their behavioral evolution. Nonetheless, the theory has been used to successfully characterize the dynamic stability of many such models. Recent examples include the Darwinian dynamics approach that combines behavioral evolution with evolving population sizes and the adaptive movements methods that investigate the spatial distributions of species among multiple habitats. The session will feature research advances in these topics as well as in other areas of game theory applied to biology.
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