Concept Lattices and Convexity of Coalitional Game Forms
AbstractThe concept lattice of a coalitional game form is introduced and advocated as a structural classificatory tool. The basic properties of such lattices are studied. Sufficient concept-latticial properties for convexity of the underlying coalitional game form are identified. Spectral issues concerning widths and lengths of concept lattices of convex CGFs are also addressed
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