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Partitioning Inequalities in Probability and Statistics
Stochastic Inequalitites
  • Theodore P. Hill, Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus
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This article surveys fair-division or cake-cutting inequalities in probability statistics, including bisection inequalities, basic fairness inequalities, convexity tools, superfairness inequalities, and partitioning inequalities hypotheses testing and optimal stopping theory. The emphasis is measure theoretic, as opposed to game theoretic or economic, and a number of open problems in the area are mentioned.

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Theodore P. Hill. "Partitioning Inequalities in Probability and Statistics" Stochastic Inequalitites Vol. 22 (1993) p. 116 - 132
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