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Re: simplex representation

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  • Subject: [mg102848] Re: simplex representation
  • From: Clifford Nelson <cjnelson9 at>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Aug 2009 06:32:38 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <h788s4$bih$>

In article <h788s4$bih$1 at>,
 Matthias Greiff <greiff at> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I'm working on evolutionary game theory. To get a nice visualizations  
> of my results I'm trying to use a simplex representation, like figure  
> 10 on For three  
> strategies this is essentially a representation of three differential  
> equations. What I'm looking for is a Mathematica function that takes  
> the payoffs or the set of differential equations as input and plots  
> the simplex representation. Does anyone know whether such a function  
> exists? Or is there anyone who is interested in programming such a  
> function?
> Thanks,
> Matthias

I call n mutually exclusive things that add up to a constant a mixture 
of n things and the mixture is represented by a "perportion list" in the 
Mathematica NoteBook TetraGlobe at:

The mutually exclusive things are the vertices of a regular simplex.

  Cliff Nelson

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