schedrule | R Documentation |

This function returns the graphical representation of the schedules of awards of any rule for a claims vector.

schedrule(d, claimants, Rule, col = NULL, points = 201, legend = TRUE)

`d` |
A vector of claims. |

`claimants` |
A subset of claimants. |

`Rule` |
The rule: AA, APRO, CE, CEA, CEL, DT, MO, PIN, PRO, RA, or Talmud. |

`col` |
The colours. If col = NULL then the sequence of default colours is chosen randomly. |

`points` |
The number of values of the endowment to draw the path. |

`legend` |
A logical value. The colour legend is shown if legend = TRUE. |

Let *d*, with *d≥ 0*, be a vector of claims and
denote *D=∑ di* the sum of claims.

The schedules of awards of a rule *R* for claimant *i* is the function *S* that assigns to each *0≤ E ≤ D* the value:
*S(E)=Ri(E,d)*.
Therefore, the schedules of awards of a rule plots each claimants's award as a function of *E*.

The graphical representation of the schedules of awards of a rule for a claims vector and a group of claimants.

Thomson, W. (2019). How to divide when there isn't enough. From Aristotle, the Talmud, and Maimonides to the axiomatics of resource allocation. Cambridge University Press.

schedrules, pathawards, pathawards3, verticalruleplot

d=c(2,4,7,8) Rule=Talmud claimants=c(1,2,3,4) col=c("red","green","yellow","blue") schedrule(d,claimants,Rule,col) # The schedules of awards of the concede-and-divide rule. schedrule(c(2,4),c(1,2),CD)

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