Distributed Rational Decision Making 5.1 Introduction

@inproceedings{Sandholm1999DistributedRD,
  title={Distributed Rational Decision Making 5.1 Introduction},
  author={M. Sandholm},
  year={1999}
}
Automated negotiation systems with self-interested agents are becoming increasingly important. One reason for this is the technology push of a growing standardized which separately designed agents belonging to diierent organizations can interact in an open environment in real-time and safely carry out transactions. The second reason is strong application pull for computer support for negotiation at the operative decision making level. For example, we are witnessing the advent of small… CONTINUE READING
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