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Sergei Kolotev
Simulation of Evolutionary Space Games
Information Systems and Technology
(Bachelor’s programme)
The aim of this work is to analyze Prisoner’s Dilemma model on two-dimensional square

lattice with periodic boundary conditions. Prisoner’s Dilemma model, invented by R.May

and M.Nowak, was simulated and studied on lattices with different size. Two programs,

which simulate the model, were created, on C language and Python. Dependence between

variance of frequency of cooperators and size of the lattice was presented. C language

program was parallelized with OpenMP and defference in run-time of consistent and

parallel program was presented. Also Hoshen-Kopelman algorithm was implemented. This

algorithm splits the lattice on different clusters. Moreover, in this work dependence of

average size of clusters on size of the lattice and critical point with accuracy of five decimal places were calculated.

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