Auction, Game Theory

 

A market mechanism in which a service, objects, or set of objects, is swapped on the basis of bids submitted by member. Auctions offer a precise set of rules that will rule the purchase or sell (procurement auction) of an object to the submitter of the most positive bid. The precise mechanisms of the auction contain first and second price auctions, and English and Dutch auctions.

 

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