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Market-based multirobot coordination approaches have received significant attention and gained considerable popularity within the robotics research community in recent years. They have been successfully implemented in a variety of domains ranging from mapping and exploration to robot soccer. The research literature on market-based approaches to coordination has now reached a critical mass that warrants a survey and analysis. This paper addresses this need by providing an introduction to market-based multirobot coordination, a comprehensive review of the state of the art in the field, and a discussion of remaining challenges.