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The author is very grateful to Editor and anonymous referees for valuable comments which much improved the paper.
By applying the supreme-utilities under fuzzy behavior, we propose a new solution on fuzzy games. In order to present the rationality for this solution, we adopt an extended reduction to provide related axiomatizations and dynamics process. Based on different viewpoint, we also define excess function to introduce alternative formulation and related dynamic process for this solution respectively.
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