Eigen mode selection in human subject game experiment

17 Apr 2022  ·  Zhijian Wang, Qinmei Yao, Yijia Wang ·

Eigen mode selection ought to be a practical issue in some real game systems, as it is a practical issue in the dynamics behaviour of a building, bridge, or molecular, because of the mathematical similarity in theory. However, its reality and accuracy have not been known in real games. We design a 5-strategy game which, in the replicator dynamics theory, is predicted to exist two eigen modes. Further, in behaviour game theory, the game is predicted that the mode selection should depends on the game parameter. We conduct human subject game experiments by controlling the parameter. The data confirm that, the predictions on the mode existence as well as the mode selection are significantly supported. This finding suggests that, like the equilibrium selection concept in classical game theory, eigen mode selection is an issue in game dynamics theory.

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