Cooperation in the Presence of Higher-Order Interactions history
Subjects: Mathematics, Applied |
Submitted by: Sergio Gómez
View times: 24 | Release time: 2021-11-08

Many real systems are strongly characterized by collective cooperative phenomena whose existence and properties still need a satisfactory explanation. Coherently with their collective nature, they call for new and more accurate descriptions going beyond pairwise models, such as graphs, in which all the interactions are considered as involving only two individuals at a time. Hypergraphs respond to this need, providing a mathematical representation of a system allowing from pairs to larger groups.

This video is adapted from 10.3390/e22070744

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