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 In fair division, a topic in economics, a preference relation is weakly additiveif the following condition is met: If A is preferred to B, and C is preferred to D (and the contents of A and C do not overlap) then A together with C is preferable to B together with D. Every additive utility function is weaklyadditive. However, additivity is applicable only to cardinal utility functions, while weak additivity is applicable to ordinal utility functions. Weak additivity is often a realistic assumption when dividing up goods between claimants, and simplifies the mathematics of certain fair division problems considerably. Some procedures in fair division do not need the value of goods to be additive and only require weak additivity. In particular the adjusted winner procedure only requires weak additivity. (en)

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 In fair division, a topic in economics, a preference relation is weakly additiveif the following condition is met: If A is preferred to B, and C is preferred to D (and the contents of A and C do not overlap) then A together with C is preferable to B together with D. Every additive utility function is weaklyadditive. However, additivity is applicable only to cardinal utility functions, while weak additivity is applicable to ordinal utility functions. (en)

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