Activity: Talk or presentation › Oral presentation
Cooperative games have recently been considered in relation to graphs. A standard example is given by the minimum cost spanning tree games, in which the characteristic function of the game is determined by the values of minimum cost spanning trees in complete graphs. Graphs play a subordinate role with respect to games here. In this talk it will be shown how cooperative games can play a subordinate role with respect to graphs or other "structures". Examples will be given of set games, graph games and other "structure games". Some first results will be mentioned.