Mar 20 – 22, 2019
Nordita, Stockholm
Europe/Stockholm timezone

Cyclic competition in space

Mar 20, 2019, 11:00 AM
132:028 (Nordita, Stockholm)


Nordita, Stockholm


Namiko Mitarai (NBI)


Cyclic competition is an extension of Rock-Paper-Scissor game, where one kind of species dominate another in a cyclic relation. Its nontrivial behaviors have been widely studied both in well-mixed systems and spatially structured systems. We study the behavior of cyclic competition in one dimensional lattice with a finite mixing rate [1] and the system with three parallel one-dimensional lattices with finite interaction rate between lines [2], to reveal how the final outcome depends on the dimensionality. [1] Feldager, C. W., Mitarai, N., & Ohta, H. (2017). Deterministic extinction by mixing in cyclically competing species. Physical Review E, 95(3), 032318. [2] Mitarai, N., Gunnarson, I., Pedersen, B. N., Rosiek, C. A., & Sneppen, K. (2016). Three is much more than two in coarsening dynamics of cyclic competitions. Physical Review E, 93(4), 042408.

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