Autonomy promotes the evolution of cooperation in prisoner's dilemma

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LI, Liang, Chen CHEN, Aming LI, 2020. Autonomy promotes the evolution of cooperation in prisoner's dilemma. In: Physical Review E. American Physical Society (APS). 102(4), 042402. ISSN 2470-0045. eISSN 2470-0053. Available under: doi: 10.1103/PhysRevE.102.042402

@article{Li2020-10-06Auton-51623, title={Autonomy promotes the evolution of cooperation in prisoner's dilemma}, year={2020}, doi={10.1103/PhysRevE.102.042402}, number={4}, volume={102}, issn={2470-0045}, journal={Physical Review E}, author={Li, Liang and Chen, Chen and Li, Aming}, note={Article Number: 042402} }

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