### A graph-theoretic characterization of the core in a homogeneous generalized assignment game

An exchange network is a socioeconomic system in which any two actors are allowed to negotiate and conclude a transaction if and only if their positions-mathematically represented by the points of a connected graph-are joined by a line of this graph. A transaction consists in a bilaterally agreed-on division of a profit pool assigned to a given line. Under the one-exchange rule, every actor is permitted to make no more than one transaction in each negotiation round. Bienenstock and Bonacich ([1])...