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Reward allocation, also known as the credit assignment problem, has been an important topic in economics, engineering, and machine learning. An important concept in credit assignment is the core, which is the set of stable allocations where no agent has the motivation to deviate from the grand coalition. In this paper, we consider the stable allocation learning problem of stochastic cooperative games, where the reward function is characterised as a random variable with an unknown distribution. Given an oracle that …

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