Negotiating Beyond the Bid Price

@inproceedings{Morris2000NegotiatingBT,
  title={Negotiating Beyond the Bid Price},
  author={Joan Morris and Pattie Maes},
  year={2000}
}
This paper discusses the limitations of current on-line auction systems and presents our guidelines for more dynamic attribute-based bidding. Our prototype application for airline flight bidding demonstrates our vision for interfaces that facilitate negotiation between buyers and sellers. INTRODUCTION Despite the growth in the number of on-line auction sites, there is still a need for a more dynamic, personalized bidding experience. Existing bidding and auction sites overemphasize bid price as… CONTINUE READING

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