Written for undergraduate and graduate students, Game-Theoretical Models in Biology focuses on the evolutionary stable strategy to demonstrate the power of game-theoretic models to describe real animal behaviour. The book focuses on the static aspects of game theory and its applications to biology. Topics include the history of evolutionary games, key game elements, dynamics versus statics, and Darwin and natural selection.
MATLAB is used to solve examples in the book. In addition, a supplemental set of MATLAB code files is available for download.