Bid, Game Theory

 

. A bid is an sign by a potential buyer of the price the buyer is ready to pay for the object being auctioned. In a Procurement Auction, the bid is an sign of the price a seller is ready to receive to offer the auctioned services oir gooods. Often, a new bid must recover substantially the earlier bid, as defined by the auctioneer's bidding increment.

 

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