Learning other Agents' Preferences in Multiagent Negotiation

  title={Learning other Agents' Preferences in Multiagent Negotiation},
  author={Hung Hai Bui and Dorota H. Kieronska and Svetha Venkatesh},
  booktitle={AAAI/IAAI, Vol. 1},
In multiagent systems, an agent does not usually have complete information about the preferences and decision making processes of other agents. This might prevent the agents from making coordinated choices, purely due to their ignorance of what others want. This paper describes the integration of a learning module into a communication-intensive negotiating agent architecture. The learning module gives the agents the ability to learn about other agents’ preferences via past interactions. Over… CONTINUE READING
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