> Bruno Beaufils, Jean-Paul Delahaye, Philippe Mathieu have
> done extensive research on the prisonners' dilemma. I have
> downloaded some of their software from http://www.lifl.fr/
> They have come to different conclusions than Robert Axelrod
Axelrod didn't reach any "conclusions". He reported the results of his experiments, and speculated--honestly--about what they might imply. Axelrod has far too much integrity as a scientist to call any of that a "conclusion".
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