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Whether networks with a high level of cooperation emerge in a community depends on how quickly individuals leave — for example, because they are exploited by others. Researchers investigated this problem by modeling a well-known cooperation game. They consider a spatial network, where players can relocate between different patches if they judge the local conditions to be unfavorable.
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