A Multi-Agent based Negotiation Support System for Distributed Transmission Cost Allocation

@inproceedings{Yan2000AMB,
  title={A Multi-Agent based Negotiation Support System for Distributed Transmission Cost Allocation},
  author={Yonghe Yan and Jerome Yen and Tung X. Bui},
  booktitle={HICSS},
  year={2000}
}
Research shows that Group Support svstems (GS$) have dramatically increased group productivity. However, researchers m the field discovered that users sometimes find themselves feeling emotionally unjiiijiiied despite exceptionally good results. They report a loss of the affective reward often associated with a challenging meeting where they struggle and succeed. This lack of engagement has been documented to be a cause of user resistance to adopting GSS technology. Team effectiveness may be… CONTINUE READING

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