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Games of Life Explorations in Ecology, Evolution and Behavior

By: Karl Sigmund(Author)
272 pages, 52 illustrations
Games of Life
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  • Games of Life ISBN: 9780486812892 Paperback Sep 2017 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Games of Life ISBN: 9780140242096 Paperback Apr 1996 Out of Print #24771
  • Games of Life ISBN: 9780198546658 Hardback Dec 1993 Out of Print #24770
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Originally published in 1993, this reprint features a new chapter. Accessible, informative, and enjoyable, this volume explores the major areas of current biology. Author Karl Sigmund applies the ideas and methods of game theory and mathematical modeling to such areas as evolution, sex, animal behavior, and aggression.

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By: Karl Sigmund(Author)
272 pages, 52 illustrations
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