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A second idea is that an imperfect environment encourages strategiesto observe their opponent's play more carefully. In a tournamentsimilar to Axelrod's (Donninger) in which each player's moves weresubject to a 10% chance of alteration, TFT finishedsixth out twenty-one strategies. As might have predicted on thedominant view, it was beaten by the more generousTit-for-Two-Tats (which cooperates unless defectedagainst twice in a row). It was also beaten, however, by two versionsof Downing, a program that bases each new move on itsbest estimate how responsive its opponent has been to its previousmoves. In Axelrod's two original tournaments, Downinghad ranked near the bottom third of the programs submitted. Bendor(1987) demonstrates deductively that against imperfect strategiesthere are advantages to basing one's probability of defection onlonger histories than does TFT.

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A strategy s for an evolutionary game hasuniversal strong narrow stability(“usn-stability”) if a population playing strategy (s)will, under any rule of evolution, drive to extinction anysufficiently small group of invaders all of which play the samestrategy. An evolutionary game has usn-stability just in case it meetsa simple condition on payoffs identified by Maynard Smith:

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Speaking generally, one might say that a PD is a game in which a“cooperative” outcome obtainable only when every playerviolates rational self-interest is unanimously preferred to the“selfish” outcome obtained when every player adheres torational self-interest. We can characterize the selfish outcome eitheras the result of each player pursuing its dominant (strongly dominant)strategy, or as the unique weak (strong) nash equilibrium. In a twomove game the two characterizations come to the same thing—adominant move pair is a unique equilibrium and a unique equilibrium isa dominant move pair. As the payoff matrix below shows, however, thetwo notions diverge in a game with more than two moves.

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The absolutist C.O.s who refused to drill or carry out any noncombatant service were sentenced to many years of hard labor in federal prison at Alcatraz Island or Ft. Leavenworth U.S. Disciplinary Barracks, often suffering persecution, manacling, and solitary confinement. Most C.O.s who had been imprisoned were released by May of 1919, though some of those thought to be the most recalcitrant were kept until 1920. At least 27 C.O.s died, mostly while in prison.

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Examination of the table and preference orderings confirms that weagain have an intrapersonal PD. Kavka argues that a story like thismight “provide a psychologically plausible picture of howinternal conflict can lead to suboptimal action.” It alsoundermines a standard view that choices reflect values in favor of onethat they partially reflect, “the structure of innerconflict”.

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The C.O.s in World War I were sent to military camps where they had to convince officers and other officials that they were sincere in their conscientious objection to war, which, at times, resulted in abuse from the enlisted men. One unofficial source states that 3,989 men declared themselves to be conscientious objectors when they had reached the military camps: of these, 1,300 chose noncombatant service; 1,200 were given farm furloughs; 99 went to Europe to serve with the Friends Reconstruction Unit; 450 were court-martialed and sent to prison; and 940 remained in the military camps until the Armistice was fully enacted in 1918. Recent scholarship, though, has revealed that the number was closer to 5,500 (at least), not counting the men who immediately signed up to go into the noncombatant branches of the military rather than declaring themselves to be conscientious objectors.