Automated Negotiation

  title={Automated Negotiation},
  author={Nicholas R. Jennings and Simon Parsons and Carles Sierra and Peyman Faratin},
Interactions are a core part of all multi-agent systems. They oc cur because of the inter-dependencies that inevitably exist between the agents and they manifest the mselves in many different forms—including cooperation, coordination, and collaboration. However, perhaps the most fundamental and powerful mechanism for managing these inter-agent dependenc i s at run-time is negotiation—the process by which a group of agents communicate with one to try and come to a mutually acceptable agreement… CONTINUE READING

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