See also my Google Scholar profile.
Journal Articles and Refereed 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.