# Computing Shapley Values for Mean Width in 3-D

@article{Tan2020ComputingSV, title={Computing Shapley Values for Mean Width in 3-D}, author={Shuhao Tan}, journal={ArXiv}, year={2020}, volume={abs/2002.05252} }

The Shapley value is a common tool in game theory to evaluate the importance of a player in a cooperative setting. In a geometric context, it provides a way to measure the contribution of a geometric object in a set towards some function on the set. Recently, Cabello and Chan (SoCG 2019) presented algorithms for computing Shapley values for a number of functions for point sets in the plane. More formally, a coalition game consists of a set of players $N$ and a characteristic function $v: 2^N… CONTINUE READING

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