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Multi-user configuration is a neglected problem in variability-intensive systems area. The appearance of conflicts among user configurations is a main concern. Current approaches focus on avoiding such conflicts, applying the mutual exclusion principle. However, this perspective has a negative impact on users satisfaction, who cannot make any decision fairly. In this work, we propose an interpretation of multi-user configuration as a game theoretic problem. Game theory is a well-knowndoi:10.1109/ase.2013.6693115 dblp:conf/kbse/Garcia-GalanTC13 fatcat:oxq4anmn6jexrpxrebd6ds66qi