The Shapley-value is, by far, the most popular value concept but not the only one. In this chapter we discuss a number of alternatives for partition function form games. We look at three extensions of the Banzhaf-value to generalisations of simple voting games: voting games with abstention, voting games multiple levels of approval, and voting games with multiple candidates. We also look at the generalisation of the consensus value for partition function form games. We look at the formation of embedded coalitions and two values that are defined by such processes and their scenarios. Finally, two values, a generalised Myerson value and the partition function form position value, are presented.
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