Implementation and Computation of a Value for Generalized Characteristic Function Games

@article{Michalak2014ImplementationAC,
  title={Implementation and Computation of a Value for Generalized Characteristic Function Games},
  author={Tomasz P. Michalak and Piotr L. Szczepanski and Talal Rahwan and Agata Chrobak and Simina Br{\^a}nzei and Michael Wooldridge and Nicholas R. Jennings},
  journal={ACM Trans. Economics and Comput.},
  year={2014},
  volume={2},
  pages={16:1-16:35}
}
Generalized characteristic function games are a variation of characteristic function games, in which the value of a coalition depends not only on the identities of its members, but also on the order in which the coalition is formed. This class of games is a useful abstraction for a number of realistic settings and economic situations, such as modeling relationships in social networks. To date, two main extensions of the Shapley value have been proposed for generalized characteristic function… CONTINUE READING

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