Accepting optimally in automated negotiation with incomplete information

@inproceedings{Baarslag2013AcceptingOI,
  title={Accepting optimally in automated negotiation with incomplete information},
  author={Tim Baarslag and Koen V. Hindriks},
  booktitle={AAMAS},
  year={2013}
}
Suppose two parties A and B are conducting a negotiation, and B has just proposed an offer to A. A is now faced with a decision: she must decide whether to continue, or to accept the offer that is currently on the table. On the one hand, accepting the offer and ending the negotiation means running the risk of missing out on a better deal in the future. On the other hand, carrying on with the negotiation involves a risk as well, as this gives up the possibility of accepting one of the previous… CONTINUE READING

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Accepting optimally in automated negotiation with incomplete information

  • Tim Baarslag, Koen V. Hindriks
  • In Proceedings of the 2013 International…
  • 2013
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