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Greedy Allocations and Equitable Matchings

@inproceedings{ValenzuelaStookey2022GreedyAA,
  title={Greedy Allocations and Equitable Matchings},
  author={Quitz'e Valenzuela-Stookey},
  year={2022}
}
I study multi-item allocation problems when agents have capacity constraints. I first provide an approximate extension to the multi-item setting of Border’s characterization of realizable interim allocations. I identify necessary conditions for interim realizability, and show that these conditions are sufficient for realizability when the interim allocation in question is scaled by 12 . I then characterize a subset of the realizable polytope which contains all such scaled allocations. This… 

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