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Analysis and improvement attempt of prof. Alan Fowler's negotiation game

Jakub Jan Golik (2018)

Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis | Studia ad Didacticam Mathematicae Pertinentia


The main goal of the following article is to design an improved version of the negotiation game created by prof. Alan Fowler (Fowler, 1997). I have tried to achieve this by constructing four separate versions of the game which represent different approaches while preserving rules, chosen basic technical assumptions and the simplicity of the base game. Each version of the game is supposed to i.a. make it less obvious, create new negotiation possibilities (including potential cooperation),...

Some values for constant-sum and bilateral cooperative games

Andrzej Młodak (2007)

Applicationes Mathematicae


We prove new axiomatizations of the Shapley value and the Banzhaf value, defined on the class of nonnegative constant-sum games with nonzero worth of the grand coalition as well as on nonnegative bilateral games with nonzero worth of the grand coalition. A characteristic feature of the latter class of cooperative games is that for such a game any coalition and its complement in the set of all players have the same worth. The axiomatizations are then generalized to the entire class of...

Parrondo's paradox.

Berresford, Geoffrey C., Rockett, Andrew M. (2003)

International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences