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In this paper we study international river pollution problems. We introduce a model in which the agents (countries) located along a river derive benefit while causing pollution, but also incur environmental costs of experiencing pollution from all upstream agents. We find that total pollution in the model decreases when the agents decide to cooperate. The… (More)

- René van den Brink, Arantza Estévez-Fernández, Gerard van der Laan, Nigel Moes
- Social Choice and Welfare
- 2014

We consider the problem of sharing water among agents located along a river, who have quasi-linear preferences over water and money. The benefit of consuming an amount of water is given by a continuous, concave benefit function. In this setting, a solution efficiently distributes water over the agents and wastes no money. Since we deal with concave benefit… (More)

We consider the problem of sharing water among agents located along a river. Each agent’s benefit depends on the amount of water consumed. An allocation of water is efficient when it maximizes total benefits. To sustain an efficient water allocation the agents can compensate each other by monetary transfers. Every water allocation and transfer schedule… (More)

- Anthony Nouy, Alexandre Clement, +5 authors N. Moës
- 2017

Recently, a new strategy was proposed to solve stochastic partial differential equations on random domains. It is based on the extension to the stochastic framework of the eXtended Finite Element Method (X-FEM). This method leads by a “direct” calculus to an explicit solution in terms of the variables describing the randomness on the geometry. It relies on… (More)

In this paper we introduce and characterize two new values for transferable utility games with graph restricted communication and a priori unions. Both values are obtained by applying the Shapley value to an associated TU-game. The graph-partition restricted TUgame is obtained by taking the Myerson graph restricted game and of that the Kamijo partition… (More)

- René van den Brink, Gerard van der Laan, Nigel Moes
- J. Economic Theory
- 2013

In this note we provide a strategic implementation of the average tree solution for zeromonotonic cycle-free graph games. That is, we propose a non-cooperative mechanism of which the unique subgame perfect equilibrium payoffs correspond to the average hierarchical outcome of the game. This mechanism takes into account that a player is only able to… (More)

A new method for the simulation of particulate ows, based on the eXtended Finite Element Method (X-FEM), is described. In this method, the particle surfaces need not conform to the nite element boundaries, so that moving particles can be simulated without remeshing. The near eld form of the uid ow about each particle is built into the nite element basis… (More)

- I Horváth, Z Rusák, J Vergeest, N Moes, Ph D Student
- 2002

Discrete 3D scanning and geometric modeling of the whole, or the parts, of multiple human bodies are of importance in physical ergonomics. For the purpose of a cluster-oriented reconstruction of shapes from anthropometrical measurements, and to generate shape instances from this generic model, a novel geometric modeling technique, called vague modeling, is… (More)

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