2 edition of note on the core and von Neumann-Morgenstern solutions of simple games found in the catalog.
note on the core and von Neumann-Morgenstern solutions of simple games
Michel Le Breton
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Michel Le Breton and Shlomo Weber.|
|Series||Working paper series / Dept. of Economics, York University -- no. 91-12, Working paper series (York University (Toronto, Ont.). Dept. of Economics) -- 91-12|
|LC Classifications||HB144 .L42 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 leaves. --|
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The two solution concepts forn-person games in characteristic function form which we have considered so far, von Neumann-Morgenstern stable sets and the core, are based on possible divisions ofv(N)which might result from coalitional bargaining. In particular, they are based on the concept of domination. Von Neumann-Morgenstern solutions in the assignment market. Journal of Economic Theory, (3), pp. - Carlos Rafels Pallarola GIREUBEE. the Shapley value and simple games. (Presentation of communication).
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This note uncovers new properties of the von Neumann-Morgenstern solution in weak tournaments and majoritarian games.
We propose a new procedure for the construction of choice sets from weak. Volume 9, Issue 1, January ISSN: A note on the core and von Neumann-Morgenstern solutions of simple games. OriginalPaper. The equivalence of the cost share equilibria and the core of a voting game in a public goods economy.
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'Von Neumann and Morgenstern's landmark book, Theory of Games and Economic Behavior, has long proven enigmatic. As is well known, the book's immediate impact on economic theory was minor, yet it has been widely cited as the inspiration for game theory as Cited by: Admittedly, von Neumann suggests that the formal- ism is tapping the deep structure of more than just simple parlor games, when he says that "any event-given the external conditions and the participants in the situation (provided that latter are acting of their own free will)-may be regarded as a game of strategy if one looks at the effect it.
The restrictions that various axioms for simple games impose on their Nakamura number were also studied extensively. In particular, a computable simple game without a veto player has a Nakamura number greater than 3 only if it is a proper and non-strong game.
Relation with non-cooperative theory. Let G be a strategic (non-cooperative) game. Then, assuming that coalitions have the ability to. Note: In calculating the moving wall, the current year is not counted.
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A generalization of transferable utility cooperative games from the functional forms introduced by von Neumann and Morgenstern (, Theory of Games and Economic Behavior) and Lucas and Thrall (, Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, 10, –) is proposed to allow for multiple membership.
The definition of the core is adapted analogously and the possibilities for the cross-cutting of Cited by: 6. Heijmans, J.
() 'Abstract stable sets, symmetric garnes and symmetric von Neumann- Morgenstern solutions; Application: The symmetric vN-M solutions of the symmetric (0, 1)- normalized 4-person garnes', Paper presented at the International Conference on Garne Theory and Applications, O.S.U., Columbus, Ohio, July, (unpublished).Cited by: Von Neumann Morgenstern preference relation.
In Chapter 4, I look into more detail in the most general solution concept of a cooperative game namely the Core. Imputations in the Core have the attractive property that they are not domi-nated.
With the weaker forms of the preference relation, I deﬁne a new kind of Core, the Dual Size: KB. Downloadable (with restrictions). This article uncovers dynamic properties of the von Neumann–Morgenstern solution in weak tournaments and majoritarian games.
We propose a new procedure for the construction of choice sets from weak tournaments, based on dynamic stability criteria. The idea is to analyze dynamic versions of tournament games.
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The von Neumann–Morgenstern stable set (hereafter stable set) is the first solution concept in cooperative game theory defined by J.
von Neumann and O. Morgenstern. Though it was defined cooperative games in characteristic function form, von Neumann and Morgenstern gave a more general definition of a stable set in abstract games.
The notion of the Core as a general solution concept was developed by L. Shapley (Rand Corporation research memorandum, Notes on the N-Person Game III: Some Variants of the von-Neumann-Morgenstern Definition of Solution, RM-) and D.B.
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The core is easy to characterize when the game is convex, and is intractable (NP-complete) otherwise. Similar results are shown for the kernel, the nucleolus, the ε-core, and the bargaining set. As for the von Neumann-Morgenstern solution, we point out that its existence may not even be by: