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Multinomial probabilistic values were first introduced by one of us in reliability and later on by the other,
independently, as power indices. Here we study them on cooperative games from several viewpoints, and especially
as a powerful generalization of binomial semivalues. We establish a dimensional comparison between
multinomial values and binomial semivalues and provide two characterizations within the class of probabilistic
values: one for each multinomial value and another for the whole family. An example illustrates their use
in practice as power indices.
CitationCarreras, F.; Puente, M. Cooperation tendencies and evaluation of games. A: International Conference on Enterprise International Systems. "ICEIS 2013, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems". Angers: SciTePress, 2013, p. 397-404.
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