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Computational Fair Division
, 2015
"... Fair division is a fundamental problem in economic theory and one of the oldest questions faced through the history of human society. The high level scenario is that of several participants having to divide a collection of resources such that everyone is satisfied with their allocation – e.g. two he ..."
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Fair division is a fundamental problem in economic theory and one of the oldest questions faced through the history of human society. The high level scenario is that of several participants having to divide a collection of resources such that everyone is satisfied with their allocation – e.g. two
Lecture Notes on Fair Division
, 2010
"... Fair division is the problem of dividing one or several goods amongst two or more agents in a way that satisfies a suitable fairness criterion. These Notes provide a succinct introduction to the field. We cover three main topics. First, we need to define what is to be understood by a “fair ” allocat ..."
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Fair division is the problem of dividing one or several goods amongst two or more agents in a way that satisfies a suitable fairness criterion. These Notes provide a succinct introduction to the field. We cover three main topics. First, we need to define what is to be understood by a “fair
Truthful fair division
 In SAGT
, 2010
"... We address the problem of fair division, or cake cutting, with the goal of finding truthful mechanisms. Inthecaseofageneralmeasurespace(“cake”)andnonatomic,additiveindividual preference measures or utilities we show that there exists a truthful “mechanism ” which ensures that each of the k player ..."
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We address the problem of fair division, or cake cutting, with the goal of finding truthful mechanisms. Inthecaseofageneralmeasurespace(“cake”)andnonatomic,additiveindividual preference measures or utilities we show that there exists a truthful “mechanism ” which ensures that each of the k
Counterexamples in the Theory of Fair Division
, 901
"... The formal mathematical theory of fair division has a rich history dating back at least to Steinhaus in the 1940’s [Ste1, Ste2, Ste3, Ste4]. In recent work in this area, several general classes of errors have appeared along with confusion about the necessity and sufficiency of certain hypotheses. It ..."
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The formal mathematical theory of fair division has a rich history dating back at least to Steinhaus in the 1940’s [Ste1, Ste2, Ste3, Ste4]. In recent work in this area, several general classes of errors have appeared along with confusion about the necessity and sufficiency of certain hypotheses
Mechanism Design for Fair Division
, 2012
"... We revisit the classic problem of fair division from a mechanism design perspective and provide an elegant truthful mechanism that yields surprisingly good approximation guarantees for the widely used solution of Proportional Fairness. This solution, which is closely related to Nash bargaining and t ..."
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We revisit the classic problem of fair division from a mechanism design perspective and provide an elegant truthful mechanism that yields surprisingly good approximation guarantees for the widely used solution of Proportional Fairness. This solution, which is closely related to Nash bargaining
Spliddit: Unleashing Fair Division Algorithms
, 2014
"... Spliddit is a firstofitskind fair division website, which offers provably fair solutions for the division of rent, goods, and credit. In this note, we discuss Spliddit’s goals, methods, and implementation. ..."
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Spliddit is a firstofitskind fair division website, which offers provably fair solutions for the division of rent, goods, and credit. In this note, we discuss Spliddit’s goals, methods, and implementation.
The efficiency of fair division
 In Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Internet and Network Economics (WINE
, 2009
"... Abstract. We study the impact of fairness on the efficiency of allocations. We consider three different notions of fairness, namely proportionality, envyfreeness, and equitability for allocations of divisible and indivisible goods and chores. We present a series of results on the price of fairness ..."
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Abstract. We study the impact of fairness on the efficiency of allocations. We consider three different notions of fairness, namely proportionality, envyfreeness, and equitability for allocations of divisible and indivisible goods and chores. We present a series of results on the price of fairness
An Empirical Evaluation of FairDivision Algorithms
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, 2009
"... Fairdivision problems are ubiquitous. They range from the daytoday chore assignments to the IsraeliPalestinian conflict and include the division of an inheritance to the heirs (Brams & Taylor, 1999; Massoud, 2000). Many intuitive and selfimplementable algorithms guaranteeing “fairness ” hav ..."
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Fairdivision problems are ubiquitous. They range from the daytoday chore assignments to the IsraeliPalestinian conflict and include the division of an inheritance to the heirs (Brams & Taylor, 1999; Massoud, 2000). Many intuitive and selfimplementable algorithms guaranteeing “fairness
The efficiency of fair division with connected pieces
 In Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Internet and Network Economics
, 2010
"... We consider the issue of fair division of goods, using the cake cutting abstraction, and aim to bound the possible degradation in social welfare due to the fairness requirements. Previous work has considered this problem for the setting where the division may allocate each player any number of uncon ..."
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We consider the issue of fair division of goods, using the cake cutting abstraction, and aim to bound the possible degradation in social welfare due to the fairness requirements. Previous work has considered this problem for the setting where the division may allocate each player any number
Fair Division Under Interval Uncertainty
, 1998
"... Introduction to the Problem The general problem of fair division. It is often necessary to divide a certain amount of money between n participants, i.e., to assign, to each participant, a certain portion w i 0 of the whole sum (so that w 1 + : : : + wn = 1). In some situations, we do not know the ..."
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Introduction to the Problem The general problem of fair division. It is often necessary to divide a certain amount of money between n participants, i.e., to assign, to each participant, a certain portion w i 0 of the whole sum (so that w 1 + : : : + wn = 1). In some situations, we do not know
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