A Social Welfare Optimal Sequential Allocation Procedure

22 Apr 2013 Thomas Kalinowski Nina Nardoytska Toby Walsh

We consider a simple sequential allocation procedure for sharing indivisible items between agents in which agents take turns to pick items. Supposing additive utilities and independence between the agents, we show that the expected utility of each agent is computable in polynomial time... (read more)

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