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In game theory, the Bishop-Cannings theorem proves that all members of a mixed evolutionarily stable strategy have the same payoff, and that none of these can also be a pure evolutionarily stable strategy.
- Bishop, D.T. and C. Cannings. 1978. A generalized war of attrition. Journal of Theoretical Biology 70:85-124.
- Maynard Smith, J.. (1982) Evolution and the Theory of Games. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521288843 (Appendix C)
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