A Framework for Automated Negotiation

@inproceedings{Bartolini2001AFF,
  title={A Framework for Automated Negotiation},
  author={Claudio Bartolini and Chris Preist},
  year={2001}
}
automated negotiation, electronic marketplaces, business-tobusiness ecommerce, negotiation protocols, auctions, software framework Negotiation has been a central subject of study in disciplines such as economics, game theory, and management for decades. With the increasing importance of business-to-business electronic trading, the interest in automated negotiation and to the production of enabling software infrastructure has soared. 

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