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more comprehensive approach
Within the game theoretic literature that I'm familiar with, bargaining is addressed as the bargaining problem. Also the Nash Bargaining Game seems to be the ultimatum game in disguise. Clearly something major needed to be done with that article so here is my first attempt to make a more comprehensive approach to the bargaining problem. The change was so major that I didn't want to clobber the existing Nash bargaining game entry. Allliam (talk) 01:05, 3 May 2008 (UTC)
I was surprised to get to this page when I entered "bargaining set" into the search field. To my knowledge, the cooperative solution concept of a bargaining set, as originally put forward by Davis and Maschler, has no particular connection with the Nash bargaining problem. F. Biermann — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 20:23, 21 August 2011 (UTC)
Serious editing needed!
a) It refers to multiple things at once, none of which is addressed properly! The Nash bargaining problem is a special case of a general bargaining problem! It is by far not the only bargaining problem out there. The whole set of constraints on the problem and the pareto-efficiency make no sense at all in the context of the general bargaining problem. b) The general structure of the article is confusing which makes the article is barely understandable EVEN for someone with general knowledge in game theory. --Necmon (talk) 01:12, 29 June 2012 (UTC)