Convex multi-choice games: Characterizations and monotonic allocation schemes
AbstractThis paper focuses on new characterizations of convex multi-choice games using the notions of exactness and superadditivity. Furthermore, level-increase monotonic allocation schemes (limas) on the class of convex multi-choice games are introduced and studied. It turns out that each element of the Weber set of such a game is extendable to a limas, and the (total) Shapley value for multi-choice games generates a limas for each convex multi-choice game.
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