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Sm ) is not conﬂict-free, there is a conﬂict of interest in selecting a particular allocation for the play. , ∃X ∈ X(S), uk (X) < wk (S), then we show that for every δ > 0, there exists a strategy proﬁle S = (s1 , . . 1). The following example illustrates the same. Example 4. , buyer 1 deviates slightly from S. 9 , and G(S ) is a tree; the cycle of Example 2 is broken. 29. Therefore, if a strategy proﬁle S is not conﬂict-free, then for every choice of allocation X ∈ X(S) to decide the payoﬀ, there is a buyer who may deviate and assure herself a better payoﬀ.
H is a PLC curve with (0, 1) and (1, 0) as the end points. 2. ∀α ∈ [0, 1], t(α) ∈ S N E , then clearly G ⊂ H. t. t(α) changes continuously as α moves from 0 to 1, so we may conclude that G is a PLC curve with the end points (w1 (S 1 ), w2 (S 1 )) and (w1 (S 2 ), w2 (S 2 )), where S 1 = t(0) and S 2 = t(1). 3. F = G. Example 17. 5, 7 . The payoﬀ curve for this game is shown in the ﬁgure. The ﬁrst and the second line segment of the curve correspond to the sharing of good 2 and 3 respectively. 14, 3) respectively.
However, not all conﬂict-free strategies are NESPs. , ∀i, j ∈ B, si = sj ), is a NESP iﬀ it is conﬂict-free. If a strategy proﬁle S is not conﬂict-free, then there is a buyer a such that Pa (S) < wa (S). The ConﬂictRemoval procedure in the next section describes how she may deviate and assure herself payoﬀ almost equal to wa (S). 1 Conﬂict Removal Procedure Deﬁnition 5. Let S be a strategy proﬁle, X ∈ X(S) be an allocation, and P = v1 , v2 , v3 , . . be a path in G(S). t. , xv2i−1 v2i > 0, ∀i ≥ 1.