Morad Benyoucef

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Combined Negotiations are a novel and general type of negotiation, in which the user is interested in many goods or services and consequently engages in many negotiations at the same time. The negotiations are independent of each other, whereas the goods or services are typically interdependent. Using currently available technology for electronic(More)
To investigate the various research questions concerning e-negotiations, an appropriate software infrastructure is needed. As part of our project on electronic marketplaces, we have developed the Generic Experimentation Engine (GEE). GEE supports game-oriented experimentation and allows for the study of human behavior under various game situations. The more(More)
E-Negotiation is the process of conducting negotiations between business partners using electronic means. The interest in e-negotiation is motivated by its potential to provide business partners with more efficient processes, enabling them to draft better contracts in less time. Most of today’s e-marketplaces support some form of enegotiation. Numerous(More)
In today’s competitive business world, it is extremely important for decision makers to have access to decision support tools in order to make quick, right and accurate decisions. One of these decision making areas is supplier selection in e-procurement. Supplier selection is a multi-criteria decision making problem that deals with the optimization of(More)
Workflows (Wfs) are a major enabling technology for ecommerce. In our research, a Combined Negotiation (CN) is modeled and enacted using Wf technology. The modeling task captures the sequencing of the individual negotiations as well as the dependencies between them, and the enacting task runs the model. A CN support system (CONSENSUS) is used by the user to(More)
In a combined negotiation in e-commerce, the user is interested in many goods or services and consequently engages in many negotiations at the same time. The negotiations are independent of each other, whereas the goods or services are typically interdependent. Using currently available negotiation technology, the user conducts each negotiation separately,(More)