Uniform worth, Game Theory

 

A uniform worth auction may be a multiunit auction during which each winning bidder pays identical worth, which can or might not be equal to the participants' bids. Alternatively, a multiunit auction may be discriminatory during which winning bidders pay amounts counting on the number bids

 

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