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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of iterate.


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  • A particular kind of game called the iterated prisoner's dilemma bears particular relevance to dating.

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  • It's like choosing the Never Retaliate Option in iterated Prisoner's Dillema, and expecting to come out rich.

    Annual pacifism debate, cont...

  • It's like choosing the Never Retaliate Option in iterated Prisoner's Dillema, and expecting to come out rich.

    Achtung! Poppies!

  • The Prisoner’s Dilemma, after all, is also an example of this sort, but it’s well understood that in iterated games over time, much more common in real life, people can arrive at collaborative solutions.

    Traveler’s Dilemma

  • So in effect the occurrence of quantum states and the notion of iterated sequences of events time ordering etc no longer applies as known.

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  • Together they produced something called the iterated prisoner's dilemma.

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  • The players, and analysts, can predict this outcome using a mechanical procedure, known as iterated elimination of strictly dominated strategies.

    Game Theory

  • Trivers was the first to establish the importance of the repeated—also known as the iterated—Prisoner’s Dilemma for biology, so that in a series of encounters between animals, cooperation is able to emerge.


  • That balance between episodic and serialized television is something that a lot of people are trying to figure out these days, and I've worked on crazy serials like Alias, and then on Lost, we kind of iterated on that a little bit by bringing in the flashbacks to try and give the folks something they could hang their hats on on a weekly basis potentially, and then on Heroes, we messed around with the format.

  • Fast-paced, instantly approachable, and considerably and considerately iterated on for the better part of a year, Quarrel is already set to be a game worth yelling about.

    Ten for 2010: the 10 most-anticipated games coming in the new year Boing Boing


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