From Full Autonomy to Manual Control Specifying Negotiating Agents

@inproceedings{Urbig2005FromFA,
  title={From Full Autonomy to Manual Control Specifying Negotiating Agents},
  author={Diemo Urbig and Kay Schr{\"o}ter},
  year={2005}
}
The C-IPS approach provides a way to structure negotiating agents at an abstract level that is above strategic and protocol-related aspects. The benefits to modelling and implementation of negotiating agents have been shown previously. Based on the modularisation imposed by the C-IPS approach we extend previously specified fully autonomous agents by a support for dynamic degrees of delegation. Artificial agents whose architecture supports dynamic degrees of delegation enable their users to… CONTINUE READING

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