max-min fairness

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Etymology[edit]

See maximum and minimum.

Noun[edit]

max-min fairness (uncountable)

  1. The fairness achieved by an allocation if and only if the allocation is feasible and an attempt to increase the allocation of any participant necessarily results in the decrease in the allocation of some other participant with an equal or smaller allocation.