By Christopher G. Langton
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Whether this strategy can be exploited or not depends on the payoff matrix. When T + P < 2R (to 0th order in the mistake probability Perr), defection scores less than cooperation against Simpleton; for the standard parameter values, equality holds, and Simpleton can be exploited by uncooperative strategies. The strategies discussed so far depend only on a finite portion of the history of the game. TfT, Simpleton, and Tf2T can be classified in terms of the maximal number of history bits used by the strategy as memory 1, 2, and 3, respectively.