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Fair Division, unlike most research on fairness in the social sciences and mathematics, is devoted solely to the analysis of constructive procedures for actually dividing things up and resolving disputes, including...

- Alan D. Taylor
- 2005

Spend your few moment to read a book even only few pages. Reading book is not obligation and force for everybody. When you don't want to read, you can get punishment from the publisher. Read a book becomes a choice of your different characteristics. Many people with reading habit will always be enjoyable to read, or on the contrary. For some reasons, this… (More)

- Alan D. Taylor, William S. Zwicker
- J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A
- 1995

- Alan D. Taylor
- J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A
- 1976

- STEVEN J. BRAMS, ALAN D. TAYLOR, +4 authors Walter Stromquist
- 1996

We present a moving-knife procedure, requiring only 11 cuts, that produces an envy-free allocation of a cake among four players and discuss possible extensions to five players.

- Kevin Kwiat, Alan Taylor, William Zwicker, Daniel Hill, Sean Wetzonis, Shangping Ren
- The 2010 International Conference on Computer…
- 2010

We examine three binary voting algorithms used with computer replication for fault tolerance and separately observe the resultant reliability and security. We offer insights to answer the question: Can a voting algorithm provide a system with both security and reliability? We show that while random dictator (i.e., randomly choosing one of the replicas)… (More)

We consider saturation properties of ideals in models obtained by forcing with countable chain condition partial orderings. As sample results, we mention the following. If M[G] is obtained from a model M of GCH via any a-finite chain condition notion of forcing (e.g. add Cohen reals or random reals) then in M[G] every countably complete ideal on <o, is… (More)

- James E. Baumgartner, Alan D. Taylor, Stanley Wagon
- J. Symb. Log.
- 1977