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International Conference on Computer Research and Development, 5th (ICCRD 2013)

Fan Yama
Fan Yama
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This paper mainly presentsthe multi-objective coordination evolutionary game processwith complex network models. It is found through the experiment that the average payoff and the average vector matching degree of the nodes tend to be stable and the nodes are clustered with the evolution of the network model. Through the structure of the network and the detailed distribution of vector matching degree, some interesting phenomena which reflect the real life are found.

1 Introduction
2 Evolution of Multi-Objective Coordination Game
3 Experimental Results and Discussion
4 Conclusions
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