Andrey Klinger

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A function is non-cooperative computable [NCC] if honest agents can compute it by reporting truthfully their private inputs, while unilateral deviations by the players are not beneficial: if a deviation from truth revelation can mislead other agents, then the deviator might end up with a wrong result. Previous work provided full characterization of the(More)
A function is subsidized non-cooperative computable [SNCC] if honest agents can compute it by reporting truthfully their private inputs, while unilateral deviations by the players are not beneficial: if a deviation from truth revelation can mislead other agents, this deviation will decrease the deviator's chances of correct computation, or, it will not(More)
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