A Survey and Future Vision of Double Auctions-Based Autonomous Cloud Service Negotiations

@article{Adnan2018ASA,
  title={A Survey and Future Vision of Double Auctions-Based Autonomous Cloud Service Negotiations},
  author={Muhamad Hariz Muhamad Adnan and Mohd. Fadzil Hassan and Izzatdin B. A. Aziz and Nur'Aini Abdul Rashid},
  journal={Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing},
  year={2018}
}
Double auction-based mechanisms have gained considerable attention as autonomous cloud service negotiation because it has been proven to be economically efficient and possesses the ability to accommodate multiple buyers and sellers. The main objective of this paper was to outline the limitations of the practically tested double auction mechanisms in cloud service negotiations; and subsequently suggest future vision. Ten practically proven double auction-based mechanisms have been surveyed from… 
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