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valu (2)
market (2)
larg (2)

Stem welfar$ (all stems)

9 papers:

STOCSTOC-2015-ColeG #approximate #nash #social
Approximating the Nash Social Welfare with Indivisible Items (RC, VG), pp. 371–380.
STOCSTOC-2015-KorulaMZ #online #order #random
Online Submodular Welfare Maximization: Greedy Beats 1/2 in Random Order (NK, VSM, MZ), pp. 889–898.
ICALPICALP-v1-2015-AnshelevichKS #approximate #scalability
Envy-Free Pricing in Large Markets: Approximating Revenue and Welfare (EA, KK, SS), pp. 52–64.
CSCWCSCW-2013-ColineauPN #collaboration #design
Designing for reflection and collaboration to support a transition from welfare to work (NC, CP, SN), pp. 471–476.
CASECASE-2012-ViswanadhamCND #social
Mandi electronic exchange: Orchestrating Indian agricultural markets for maximizing social welfare (NV, SC, YN, PD), pp. 992–997.
ICEISICEIS-v1-2011-XiaoZTZC #network
A New Chinese Public Welfare Operation Mode based on Value Network Model (DX, ZZ, ZT, JZ, FC), pp. 510–514.
STOCSTOC-2008-Vondrak #approximate #problem
Optimal approximation for the submodular welfare problem in the value oracle model (JV), pp. 67–74.
STOCSTOC-2006-Feige #on the
On maximizing welfare when utility functions are subadditive (UF), pp. 41–50.
VLDBVLDB-1986-MoriSAI #database #scalability
A Very Large Database System to Serve National Welfare (MM, KS, HA, KI), pp. 496–501.

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