Decomposition and Representation of Coalitional Games
AbstractA coalitional game is a real-valued set function v defined on an algebra F of subsets of a space X such that v(0)=0. We prove the existence of a one-to-one correspondence between coalitional games bounded with respect to the composition norm and countably additive measures defined on an appropriate space.
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