See also my Google Scholar profile.
Journal Articles and Refereed Proceedings
Yevhen Zolotavkin, Julian García and Joseph Liu. Time-Dependent Decision-Making and Decentralisation in Proof-of-Work Cryptocurrencies. In CSF — 32nd Computer Security Foundations Symposium (2019). 108-10813. IEEE. [pdf][proceedings].
Julian García and Arne Traulsen. Evolution of coordinated punishment to enforce cooperation from an unbiased strategy space. (2019). Proceedings of the Royal Society Interface, 16: 20190127 [pdf][journal].
Jason Xu, Julian García, and Toby Handfield. Cooperation with Bottom-up Reputation Dynamics. In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2019), Montreal, Canada, May 13–17, 2019, IFAAMAS. [pdf]
Matthijs van Veelen and Julian García. In and out of equilibrium II: Evolution in repeated games with discounting and complexity costs. (2019). Games and Economic Behavior, 115, 113-130. [pdf][journal]
Julian García and Matthijs van Veelen. No strategy can win in the repeated prisoner’s dilemma: linking game theory and computer simulations. (2018). Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 5:102. [pdf][journal]
Toby Handfield, John Thrasher and Julian García. Green beards and signaling: Why morality is not indispensable. (2018). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 41. [journal]
Zolotavkin Y., García J., Rudolph C. Incentive Compatibility of Pay Per Last N Shares in Bitcoin Mining Pools. Decision and Game Theory for Security. GameSec 2017. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 10575. Springer. [pdf][journal]
Yuriy Pichugin, Chaitanya S Gokhale, Julian García, Arne Traulsen and Paul B Rainey. Modes of migration and multilevel selection in evolutionary multiplayer games. (2015). Journal of Theoretical Biology, 387, 144-153. [pdf][journal].
Bernd Meyer, Anja Weidenmüller, Rui Chen, and Julián García. Collective homeostasis and time-resolved models of self-organised task allocation. In BICT 2015 – 9th EAI Int. Conf. on Bio-inspired Information and Communications Technologies, New York City, NY, December 2015. [pdf][journal]
Julian García, Matthijs van Veelen and Arne Traulsen. Evil green beards: Tag recognition can also be used to withhold cooperation in structured populations. (2014). Journal of Theoretical Biology 360 181-186. [pdf] [journal]
Bin Wu, Julian García, Christoph Hauert and Arne Traulsen. Extrapolating weak selection in evolutionary games (2013). PLoS Computational Biology 9(12): e1003381. [pdf] [journal] See also: tar. github. IPython nb.
Matthijs van Veelen†, Julian García †, David G Rand and Martin Nowak. Direct reciprocity in structured populations (2012) PNAS 109 9929-9934. [pdf] [journal] See also: a perspective in Science, by Thom Sherratt and Gilbert Roberts. A neat summary can be found in Christopher Jensen’s blog.
Matthijs van Veelen, Julian García, Martijn Egas and Maus Sabellis. Group selection and inclusive fitness are not equivalent; the Price equation vs. models and statistics (2012). Journal of Theoretical Biology 299 64-80. [pdf] [journal] [online feature]
Julián García, Germán Hernandez and Juan Carlos Galeano. Cooperation, Solution Concepts and Long-term Dynamics in the Iterated Prisoner’s Dilemma. In Proceedings of the Congress on Evolutionary Computation Conference 2006. IEEE Press, Washington, DC. [pdf] [journal]
Germán Hernandez, Fernando Nino, Kenneth Wilder and Julián García. Towards a self-stopping evolutionary algorithm using coupling from the past. InProceedings of the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference 2005. ACM, Washington, DC. [pdf] [journal].
Germán Hernandez, Fernando Nino, Julián García and Dipankar Dasgupta. On Geometric and Statistical Properties of the Attractors of a Generic Evolutionary Algorithm. In Proceedings of the Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2004. IEEE Press, Portland OR. [pdf] [journal]
Julián García and Fernando Nino. Co-evolutionary Learning in the Tragedy of the Commons. In Proceedings of the Congress on Evolutionary Computation 2003. IEEE Press, Canberra, Australia. [pdf] [journal]
David Green, Aldeida Aleti, and Julián García. The Nature of Nature: Why Nature-Inspired Algorithms Work (2017). In Nature-Inspired Computing and Optimization. Springer International Publishing, 1-27. [link to publication]
† Joint first authorship.