Dynamic pricing by software agents

@article{Kephart2000DynamicPB,
  title={Dynamic pricing by software agents},
  author={Jeffrey O. Kephart and James E. Hanson and Amy Greenwald},
  journal={Computer Networks},
  year={2000},
  volume={32},
  pages={731-752}
}
We envision a future in which the global economy and the Internet will merge and evolve together into an information economy bustling with billions of economically motivated software agents that exchange information goods and services with humans and other agents. Economic software agents will di er in important ways from their human counterparts, and these di erences may have signi cant bene cial or harmful e ects upon the global economy. It is therefore important to consider the economic… CONTINUE READING
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