Indirect Reciprocity in Policy-Based Helping Experiments


In service-oriented architectures, participants keep interacting by exchanging tasks, in order to increase their benefit. Since carrying out a task incurs costs, and participants often interact with unknown partners, uncooperative behavior dominates in the absence of a mechanism. A well-known economic model describing this situation is the Helping Game. In… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ECOWS.2009.7


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@article{Weth2009IndirectRI, title={Indirect Reciprocity in Policy-Based Helping Experiments}, author={Christian von der Weth and Klemens B{\"{o}hm and Thorben Burghardt and Christian H{\"{u}tter and Jing Zhi Yue}, journal={2009 Seventh IEEE European Conference on Web Services}, year={2009}, pages={171-180} }