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Computing the nucleolus of weighted voting games
Weighted voting games (WVG) are coalitional games in which an agent’s contribution to a coalition is given by his weight, and a coalition wins if its total weight meets or exceeds a given quota. These games model decision-making ...
The cost of stability in coalitional games
A key question in cooperative game theory is that of coalitional stability, usually captured by the notion of the core--the set of outcomes such that no subgroup of players has an incentive to deviate. However, some ...