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Lightbulb Nets: Cooperation & Inhibition in Drug Gangs

"Using a set of heterogeneous competing systems with intra-system cooperation and inter-system unfair competition, we show how the coevolution of the system parameters (degree of cooperation and unfair competition) depends on the external supply of resources. This kind of interaction is found in social, economic, ecological and biochemical systems; as an illustration we consider the competition between
drug-selling gangs."

Albornoz JM & Antonio Parravano. (2009) Evolution of Competing Systems: Cooperation and Inhibition. ArXiv, 4//17/09

Http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/...904.2741v1.pdf
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