Hedonic Games

  title={Hedonic Games},
  author={Haris Aziz and Rahul Savani},
  booktitle={Handbook of Computational Social Choice},
Coalitions are a central part of economic, political, and social life, and coalition formation has been studied extensively within the mathematical social sciences. Agents (be they humans, robots, or software agents) have preferences over coalitions and, based on these preferences, it is natural to ask which coalitions are expected to form, and which coalition structures are better social outcomes. In this chapter, we consider coalition formation games with hedonic preferences, or simply… CONTINUE READING

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