Game Analysis of College Students Selecting Seats in Class Based on Replicator Dynamic Game
Abstract： This paper uses a large-scale finite rational group copy dynamic game model， combined with the income of college students sitting in the front row of the classroom and sitting in the back row of the classroom during the class， analyzes the dynamic evolution process of college students' seat selection. The results show that under the condition that there are vacancies in the classroom， college students tend to sit in the back row of the classroom rather than in front of the classroom. Eventually all sitting in the back row leads to no one sitting in the front row， even a small number of students from the steady state， dynamic replication will still converge to the final steady state.
Key words： bounded rationality；replicator dynamic game；seat selection；steady state
：F224.9 ：A ：1006-4311（2018）15-0014-03