A Direct Reputation Model for VO Formation

@inproceedings{AvilaRosas2005ADR,
  title={A Direct Reputation Model for VO Formation},
  author={Arturo Avila-Rosas and Michael Luck},
  booktitle={CEEMAS},
  year={2005}
}
We show that reputation is a basic ingredient in the Virtual Organisation (VO) formation process. Agents can use their experiences gained in direct past interactions to model other’s reputation and deciding on either join a VO or determining who is the most suitable set of partners. Reputation values are computed using a reinforcement learning algorithm, so agents can learn and adapt their reputation models of their partners according to their recent behaviour. Our approach is especially… CONTINUE READING

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