Subverting America, Vol. Two (This is 11 in the Defrauding America book series.)
Although such algorithms have been shown to posses many of the attractive emergent properties of previous tag models, they rely on the honest reporting of node utilities, behaviors and neighbors. But what if nodes do not follow the specified protocol and attempt to subvert it for their own selfish ends? We examine the robustness of a simple algorithm under two types of cheating behavior: a when a node can lie and cheat in order to maximize its own utility and b when a node acts nihilistically in an attempt to destroy cooperation in the network. Unable to display preview.
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