The "Shapley value" of a finite multi- person game associates to each player the amount he should be willing to pay to participate. This book extends the value concept to certain classes ofnon-atomic games, which are infinite-person games in which no individual player has significance. It is primarily a book of mathematics-a study of non-additive set functions and associated linear operators.
Originally published in 1974.
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