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By Dov Monderer (auth.), Marios Mavronicolas, Vicky G. Papadopoulou (eds.)

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This publication constitutes the refereed complaints of the second one foreign Symposium on Algorithmic online game thought, SAGT 2009, held in Paphos, Cyprus, in October 2009.

The 29 revised complete papes offered including three invited lectures have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from fifty five submissions. The papers are meant to hide all vital parts akin to resolution innovations, online game periods, computation of equilibria and marketplace equilibria, algorithmic mechanism layout, computerized mechanism layout, convergence and studying in video games, complexity periods in video game idea, algorithmic facets of fixed-point theorems, mechanisms, incentives and coalitions, cost-sharing algorithms, computational difficulties in economics, finance, determination thought and pricing, computational social selection, public sale algorithms, fee of anarchy and its kinfolk, representations of video games and their complexity, financial points of disbursed computing and the web, congestion, routing and community layout and formation video games and game-theoretic ways to networking problems.

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In this paper we show that for the more general case of convex valuation functions the same local integrability condition is sufficient (in combination with monotonicity), if one makes the additional assumption that the allocation rule is decomposition monotone. M¨ uller et al. [7] have shown that in the linear case decomposition monotonicity is satisfied by all monotone allocation rules, which explains why it does not appear explicitly in the theorem of Archer and Kleinberg. Furthermore, Archer and Kleinberg have to make an assumption on the existence of certain integrals.

Theorem 2. Let T ⊆ Rd be convex. ) : T → R is convex and has non-empty sets of subgradients on T . Assume further that f : T → A is monotone and decomposition monotone. Then the following are equivalent: 3 Archer and Kleinberg [1] make the assumption that the allocation function is locally path integrable in order to get this property. In fact our way of defining ∇f releases us from this assumption. 30 A. Berger, R. H. Naeemi (1) f is cyclically monotone. (2) for every t ∈ T there exists an open neighborhood U (t) ⊆ Rd , t ∈ U (t), such that for all s1 , s2 , s3 ∈ U (t) ∩ T , all three distinct: ∇f (σ) · dσ = 0 Δs1 ,s2 ,s3 (3) for all s1 , s2 , s3 ∈ T , all three distinct: ∇f (σ) · dσ = 0 Δs1 ,s2 ,s3 (4) for all k ≥ 3 and every {s1 , .

Let (f, p) be incentive compatible and onto then f is an affine maximizer. Proof. By Lemma 3 we assume with out loss of generality that f is strongly monotone. We now prove the result by induction on n, with our base case n = 2 shown in Lemma 8. Assume correctness for n − 1 players. We now prove for n. By Lemma 4, all players, except perhaps player n (without loss of generality) have no veto power, 22 S. Dobzinski and N. Nisan and thus for any fixed value of v1 , the induced function, fv1 (v−1 ) = f (v1 , v−1 ), is onto so by the induction hypothesis is an affine maximizer fv1 (v−1 ) ∈ arg maxa ( i (αvi 1 vi (a)) − βav1 ).

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