S-SIM

AcronymDefinition
S-SIMStructural Similarity
S-SIMS-Band Simulator
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In line with this hypothesis, Table 7 shows that the fraction of CE is much smaller for strangers (0.7% for S-sim and 3.0% for S-seq) than for partners (20.6% for P-sim and 20.0% for P-seq).
For strangers, for example, [T.sub.1] = 0 occurs much more frequently in the simultaneous game (58.3%) than in the sequential game (30.3%), and the reverse holds for player 2, that is, the frequency of [T.sub.2] = 0 is 53.3% in treatment S-sim and 74.3% in treatment S-seq.
For strangers this is only 6.3% (S-sim) and 6.7% (S-seq).