By Dov Monderer (auth.), Marios Mavronicolas, Vicky G. Papadopoulou (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed complaints of the second one overseas Symposium on Algorithmic video game conception, SAGT 2009, held in Paphos, Cyprus, in October 2009.
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We now denote the random variable that speciﬁes the load on edge e ∈ E when the toll vector is τ by fe (τ ). Corollary 2 then implies that the expected value E(fe (τ )) of fe (τ ) is decreasing in the toll/bid of e, so the randomized algorithm can be used in a randomized mechanism that is truthful in expectation. The payments to the edges can be deﬁned by the same formula as in the mechanism from Theorem 2 with fe replaced by E(fe ). Thus, we obtain the following result: Theorem 4. Let all latency functions be continuous and nondecreasing and assume that, for every nonnegative toll vector τ , there is a commonly known probability distribution Prτ of the possible load vectors of Nash flows with respect to the tolls τ .
Also, we have that 1 g(0) ≤ g(λ)d(λ) ≤ g(1). 0 If we replace g(0) and g(1) with their respective values, the third property follows. e Ls1 ,s2 ∪ Ls2 ,s3 ∪ Ls3 ,s1 , with direction s1 → s2 → s3 → s1 . The following lemma will establish the relation between the line integral of any selection from the subgradient and the s-lengths in the type graph of f . Lemma 2. Let s, t ∈ T and assume that f : T → A is monotone. For every k n n n n ≥ 1 we let Sn = n−1 i=0 ls (ri , ri+1 ), where rk := s + n (t − s) for 0 ≤ k ≤ n.
For every k n n n n ≥ 1 we let Sn = n−1 i=0 ls (ri , ri+1 ), where rk := s + n (t − s) for 0 ≤ k ≤ n. Then lim Sn = ∇f (σ) · dσ. n→∞ Ls,t Proof. Fix n ≥ 1. According to Lemma 1 we have that for 0 ≤ i ≤ n − 1 n n n n ∇f (rin ) · (ri+1 − rin ) ≤ ls (rin , ri+1 ) ≤ ∇f (ri+1 ) · (ri+1 − rin ). If we sum up the inequalities we get that n−1 n−1 n ∇f (rin ) · (ri+1 − rin ) ≤ Sn ≤ i=0 n n ∇f (ri+1 ) · (ri+1 − rin ). i=0 n−1 i=0 n−1 n For every n ∈ N we deﬁne Ln := ∇f (rin ) · (ri+1 − rin ) and Un := i=0 ∇ n n f (ri+1 ) · (ri+1 − rin ).
Algorithmic Game Theory: Second International Symposium, SAGT 2009, Paphos, Cyprus, October 18-20, 2009. Proceedings by Dov Monderer (auth.), Marios Mavronicolas, Vicky G. Papadopoulou (eds.)