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Many resources such as supercomputers, legal advisors, and university classrooms are shared by many members of an oganization. When the supply of shared resources is limited, conflict usually results between contending demanders. If thse conflicts can be adequately resolved, then value is created for the organization. In this paper we use the methodology of applied mechanism design to examine alternative processes for the resolution of such conflicts for a particular class of scheduling problems.

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LedyardNP1995
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