An Algorithm for the Nucleolus of Airport Profit Problems
AbstractAirport profit games are a generalization of airport cost games as well as of bankruptcy games.In this paper we present a simple algorithm to compute the nucleolus of airport profit games.In addition we prove that there exists an unique consistent allocation rule in airport profit problems, and it coincides with the nucleolus of the associated TU game.
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algorithm; airports; profit; allocation; games;
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