# Stable set

Stable set

The term stable set may refer to:

* The independent set in graph theory, the set of vertices of a graph not directly connected by edges.
* The stable set in dynamical systems, the set of points leading up to an attractor.
* The stable set (also known as the Von Neumann-Morgenstern solution) in cooperative games: a set of alternatives satisfying the internal and external stability conditions.

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