The toolbox TUGlab (Transferable Utility Games laboratory) is a Matlab set of scripts that could serve as a helpful complement to the books and other materials used in introductory courses on cooperative game theory. Its main goal is to emphasize the geometrical aspects of cooperative game theory. TUGlab offers to both the instructor and the student a tool to compute and visualize basic concepts for any given 3 or 4 persons TU game. It allows the user to experiment at will with games without worrying about the mathematical complexity of the computations. That is the power of this platform: its direct and flexible way of going to the heart of the concepts overcoming the mathematical complexity.
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- Hafezalkotob, Ashkan; Makui, Ahmad: Cooperative maximum-flow problem under uncertainty in logistic networks (2015)
- Lozano, Sebastián: Information sharing in DEA: a cooperative game theory approach (2012)