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Large cores and exactness. (English) Zbl 0957.91009
The authors answers that every exact game has a large core for 3 or 4-person games and the statement does not hold for games with 5 or more players. They also show that a large core, a stable core and exactness are equivalent for totally balanced symmetric games.

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91A12 Cooperative games
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