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Based on these suppositions, Wrangham's theory not only accounts for being in groups, but for the identity of the resident gender as well. In addition, it provides a coarse categorization of social relationships. To arrive also at more detailed predictions of social relationships, van Schaik combines within- and between-group competition in an extended model (van Schaik 1989). Competition is decomposed into a scramble and a contest component, and both are further divided in weak and strong forms.
Dynamics in Human and Primate Societies: Agent-Based Modeling of Social and Spatial Processes (Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity Proceedings) by Timothy A. Kohler, George G. Gumerman