2 edition of **Values of non-atomic games** found in the catalog.

Values of non-atomic games

Robert J. Aumann

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Published
**1971**
by Rand Corp. in Santa Monica, Calif
.

Written in English

- Game theory.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Monetary economics. |

Statement | [by] Robert J. Aumann and Lloyd S. Shapley. |

Series | Rand report / Rand Corporation -- R-843-RC., R (Rand Corporation) -- R-843. |

Contributions | Shapley, Lloyd S., 1923- |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | vii, 192 p. |

Number of Pages | 192 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17854316M |

A cooperative game υ (in characteristic function form) is defined by: (i) A set I of players. (ii) A sub-algebra C of the boolean algebra of subsets of I. Author: Jean-François Mertens. In their book Values of Non Atomic Games Aumann and Shapley extended the concept of value to certain classes of nonatomic games, i.e., infinite person games in which no individual has significance. One of the approaches, due to. Keyphrases.

* = {value allocations} c {competitive allocations} ** = {value allocations} = {competitive allocations} (Equivalence) The results of this paper were made possible by the development of the theory of asymptotic value for a class of non-atomic games which are, in some sense, non-differentiable [Hart ()]. Downloadable! In this paper the random order approach to values of non-atomic games is reformulated by generating random orders from a fixed subgroup of automorphisms, $\Theta$ that admits an invariant probability measurable group structure. The resulting $\Theta$-symmetric random order value operator is unique and satisfies all the axioms of a $\Theta$-symmetric axiomatic value .

32 S. Hart and A. Neyman, Values of non-atomic vector measure games usually called a vector measure game. It is a well-known fact that in all cases studied to date, the value of such a game u turns out always to be a linear combination of the measures,u~,.,,u,,.~. A database is in first normal form if it satisfies the following conditions: Contains only atomic values; There are no repeating groups; An atomic value is a value that cannot be divided. For example, in the table shown below, the values in the [Color] column in the first row can be divided into "red" and "green", hence [TABLE_PRODUCT] is not.

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This book extends the value concept to certain classes of non-atomic games, which are infinite-person games in which no individual player has significance. It is primarily a book of mathematics--a study of non-additive set functions and The Shapley value of a finite multi- person game associates to each player the amount he should be willing to pay to 3/5.

The "Shapley value" of a finite multi- person game associates to each player the amount he should be willing to pay to participate. This book extends the value concept to certain classes of non-atomic games, which are infinite-person games in which no individual player has significance.

It is primarily a book of mathematics―a study of non-additive set functions and Cited by: The "Shapley value" of a finite multi- person game associates to each player the amount he should be willing to pay to participate.

This book extends the value concept to certain classes of non-atomic games, which are infinite-person games in which no individual player has significance.

It is primarily a book of mathematics—a study of non-additive set functions and Author: Robert J. Aumann. The "Shapley value" of a finite multi- person game associates to each player the amount he should be willing to pay to participate.

This book extends the value concept to certain classes of non-atomic games, which are infinite-person games in. The “Shapley value” of a finite multi- person game associates to each player the amount he should be willing to pay to participate.

This book extends the value concept to certain classes of non-atomic games, which are infinite-person games in. This book extends the value concept to certain classes of non-atomic games, which are infinite-person games in which no individual player has significance.

It is primarily a book of mathematics a study of non-additive set functions and associated linear ally published in The Princeton Legacy Library. Values of Non-Atomic Games (A Rand Corporation research study) | Robert J. Aumann, Lloyd S.

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Values of Non-Atomic Games. Series:Princeton Legacy Library See all formats and pricing eBook (PDF) Book Book Series. Previous chapter.

Next chapter. Index. 30,00 € / $ / £ Appendix A. Finite Games and Their Values; Appendix B. e-Monotonicity; Appendix C. The Mixing Value of Absolutely Continuous Set Functions. Values of Non-Atomic Games BY R.

AUMANN AND L. SHAPLEY Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. Contents Preface ix Introduction 3 Chapter I. The Axiomatic Approach 11 §1. Preliminaries 11 §2. Definitions of Game and Value 13 §3. Statement of Chief Results 18 §4.

Basic Properties of the Variation Norm and the Space BV 26 §5. Main Values of non-atomic games. Values of non-atomic games Robert J.

Aumann, Lloyd S. Shapley. Categories: Mathematics\\Game Theory. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them., Free ebooks since In that book R.J.

Aumann (Nobel prize in Economics) and L.S. Shapley investigate those games which are called non-atomic because they are determined only by the behaviour of infinite coalitions of players, while each single player is by: 1.

Values of non-atomic games. [Robert John Aumann; Lloyd Stowell Shapley] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert John Aumann; Lloyd Stowell Shapley.

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Values of Non-Atomic Games, Part II The second study in a series concerned with the value of participation in a nonatomic game. A nonatomic game is a special type of infinite-person game in which no individual player has significant influence on the by: 2. In relation to non-atomic games, however, the non-cooperative principles of optimality are usually implemented without the usual convexity assumptions (see [2]), and the different optimality principles turn out to be more strongly interconnected.

For example, for a broad range of non-atomic models of market type. Values of Non-Atomic Games, IV The fourth study in a series concerned with the value of participation in a nonatomic game, a special kind of infinite person game in which no individual player can significantly influence the by: 2.

Keywords: Games; Non-atomic measures; Functions of bounded variation; Value; Lyapunov’s theorem 1. Introduction This paper is concerned with the monograph [1], one of the most important contributions to the study of games with inﬁnitely many players.

In that book R.J. Aumann (Nobel prize in Economics) and L.S. Shapley investigate. Recommended from PriceCharting Marketplace. What's Your Game Collection Worth? Calculate your collection value.

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In their book, Lloyd Shapley and Robert Aumann extended the concept of the Shapley value to infinite games (defined with respect to a non-atomic measure), creating the diagonal formula. This was later extended by .Thisenablesustodeﬁnethew-value φwv ofanon-atomicgamev asthe(di-rectional)derivativeofthew-potential,i.e.

φwv(S):=∂(Pwv)(I,wS). SeeSection 4. Next we discuss the asymptotic approach to weighted values of non-atomic games. Here the continuum .