We consider a keyword auction for search engines for two links. The first link has a click frequency of 200/week and the second link has a click frequency of 100/week. Three bidders compete for that keyword. Bidder A values the pay-per-click at 8, bidder B’s valuation is 5 and bidder C’s valuation is 10. The auction format is GSP and we assume bidders bid their valuations. Calculate the outcome.
In GSP, the winner pays a little more than the second highest bid.
Since bidder C has the highest bid of 10, he wins the auction.
But, he will pay 0.01 more than the second highest bid i.e 8.
Thus, bidder C wins and pays 8.01.
We consider a keyword auction for search engines for two links. The first link has a...
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