The MCinheritULexMxMn.lng Model


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Unordered Lexico maximization of allocations (inherit.lng) to several parties/participants.
Given a number of participants(parties/criteria), each with their own objective or utility function, we want to find a solution to a shared problem so that the smallest utility is maximized, given that, the second smallest utility is maximized, given that, the third etc... It follows that the solution is Pareto optimal.
The specific shared problem is to allocate a number
of discrete items from an inheritance to the heirs, with each heir having her own set of values for each of the items to be allocated;

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