Three New Complexity Results for Resource Allocation Problems [article]

Bart de Keijzer
2008 arXiv   pre-print
We prove the following results for task allocation of indivisible resources: - The problem of finding a leximin-maximal resource allocation is in P if the agents have max-utility functions and atomic demands. - Deciding whether a resource allocation is Pareto-optimal is coNP-complete for agents with (1-)additive utility functions. - Deciding whether there exists a Pareto-optimal and envy-free resource allocation is Sigma_2^p-complete for agents with (1-)additive utility functions.
arXiv:0810.0532v2 fatcat:glkydit3eja6jodnnlof6d7rii