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To associate, players can join one of three pre-deﬁned nations; players can only aﬃliate with one nation at a time and doing so yields certain beneﬁts, such as the possibility to gain access to nation-speciﬁc technology. Players may also elect to not join a nation, which allows them to be exempt from nation-centric wars. In addition, players can create or join a guild, which are entities designed to combine groups of players and allow them to operate for (possibly) common aims. Guild membership is independent of nation membership.
We assume that C(y, x) ≤ 1 for all phenotypes x, y and that equality hold only for y = x. This is not a strong assumption and can be thought of a a normalization condition since species with the same phenotype will be maximally competitive. Under this assumption, ∂C ∂y (y, x)|y=x = 0, and a necessary condition for any such competition function (such as a Gaussian function) to allow the existence of an uninvadable monomorphism x∗ , is that x∗ must be a critical point of the carrying capacity function, K (x∗ ) = 0.
Green dots on the picture representing predicted dates are connected with the real dates of events (blue circles). Fig. 10. Results for prediction using extrapolation method: Green circle represent significant events, blue circle – predicted date of event, red line connects predicted and actual events, dashed line separates E-periods As we mentioned above, the slopes and intercepts of PCM fits for both inter-event time intervals and intensities are in reasonable agreement and regression parameters for this linear relationship can be used for prediction.