They provide a characterization of the obligation rules in the context of minimum cost spanning tree games. They also explore the relation between obligation rules and random order values of their reducible cost game - it is shown that the later is a subset of the obligation rules. Moreover we provide a necessary and sufficient condition on obligation function such that the corresponding obligation rule coincides with a random order value.
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