Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) Examples

This function computes the Owen Set of a linear production game

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`c` |
vector containing the benefits of the products. |

`A` |
production matrix. |

`B` |
matrix containing the amount of resources of the several players where each row is one player. |

`show.data` |
logical value indicating if the function displays the
console output ( |

`owenSet`

returns and prints the owen Set of associated
linear production problem.

D. Prieto

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# Vector of benefits
c <- c(68, 52)
# Production matrix
A <- matrix(c(4, 5, 6, 2), ncol=2, byrow = TRUE)
# Matrix of resources. Each row is the vector of resources of each player
B <- matrix(c(4, 6, 60, 33, 39, 0),ncol = 3, byrow = TRUE)
# Solution of the associated linear production game
owenSet(c, A, B, show.data = TRUE)
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# The linear production problem has a unique Owen's allocation:
# ------------------------------------------------------------------------
# [1] "(230, 282, 480)"
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