@book{562bc66c1f2d40499abd7036a766db6a,

title = "A solution set for fine games",

abstract = "Bumb and Hoede have shown that a cooperative game can be split into two games, {\it the reward game} and {\it the fine game}, by considering the sign of quantities $c_S^v$ in the c-diagram of the game. One can then define a solution $x$ for the original game as $x=x_{r}-x_{f}$, where $x_{r}$ is a solution for the reward game and $x_{f}$ is a solution for the fine game. Due to the distinction of cooperation rewards and fines, for allocating the fines one may use another solution concept than for the rewards.",

keywords = "MSC-91A44",

author = "G. Xu and C. Hoede and H. Sun",

note = "Imported from MEMORANDA",

year = "2005",

language = "English",

series = "Memorandum Department of Applied Mathematics",

publisher = "University of Twente, Department of Applied Mathematics",

number = "1757",

}