Balanced Contributions for Multi-Issue Allocation Situations
AbstractIn this paper we introduce a property of balanced contributions in the context of multi-issue allocation situations.Using this property, we characterise the run-to-thebank rule for multi-issue allocation situations.
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multi-isssue allocation situations; run-to-the-bank rule; balanced contributions;
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