Evolving Fuzzy Rules for Relaxed-Criteria Negotiation

  title={Evolving Fuzzy Rules for Relaxed-Criteria Negotiation},
  author={Kwang Mong Sim},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part B (Cybernetics)},
In the literature on automated negotiation, very few negotiation agents are designed with the flexibility to slightly relax their negotiation criteria to reach a consensus more rapidly and with more certainty. Furthermore, these relaxed-criteria negotiation agents were not equipped with the ability to enhance their performance by learning and evolving their relaxed-criteria negotiation rules. The impetus of this work is designing market-driven negotiation agents (MDAs) that not only have the… CONTINUE READING
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