Evolution of signalling systems with multiple senders and receivers
- Author(s): Skyrms, B
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2008.0258
Sender-receiver games are simple, tractable models of information transmission. They provide a basic setting for the study the evolution of meaning. It is possible to investigate not only the equilibrium structure of these games but also the dynamics of evolution and learning-with sometimes surprising results. Generalizations of the usual binary game to interactions with multiple senders, multiple receivers or both provide the elements of signalling networks. These can be seen as the loci of information processing, group decisions, and teamwork. © 2008 The Royal Society.
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